SISC Abstract Books and Citation Policy
The abstracts reproduced in the Book of Abstracts
are for the use of SISC attendees only to encourage participants to
submit new, unpublished and sometimes controversial work. Therefore,
the conference policy is that the abstracts may not
be referenced. However, the presentation itself, which may be
significantly different than the accepted abstracts, may be
cited e.g. "as discussed at the 2005 IEEE SISC, Washington, DC, USA."
Past SISC Technical Programs
Contribution of documents by Dr. R. E. Stahlbush (NRL), Prof. T. P. Ma (Yale), Prof. D. M. Fleetwood (Vanderbilt), Prof. R. Bassett (NCSU, author of To the digital age: research labs, start-up companies, and the rise of MOS technology), and Dr. B. E. Deal (Fairchild Semiconductor) is gratefully acknowledged. If you happen to have the abstract book from any of the years we are still missing, please contact the webmaster.
Past Wednesday Evening Tutorials
The Wednesday evening Tutorials aim to give a good foundation in one topic frequently covered at the conference. The Tutorials are free for all SISC registered attendees.
- 2012: Dr. Dirk Wouters, imec, Leuven, Belgium
Resistive switching materials and devices for future memory applications
- 2011: Prof. Mark Lundstrom, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
Understanding the nanoscale MOSFET
- 2010: Dr. Matthias Passlack, TSMC Europe, Leuven, Belgium
Interface state analysis on non-silicon semiconductors and the role of heterostructures
- 2009: Dr. Thomas Schroeder, IHP Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
Physical characterization of thin oxide films by XRD and XPS: From conventional laboratory to modern synchrotron techniques
- 2008: Prof. Guido Groeseneken, imec & KU Leuven, Belgium
Introduction to charge pumping and its applications
Note: all above documents are searchable.