SEMICON Japan 2014 will be held on December 3 to 5 at a new venue, Tokyo Big Sight.
First held in 1977, SEMICON Japan has grown to become the largest international exhibition of semiconductor equipment and materials. Bringing companies and their technologies together with customers and partners, as well as providing a setting for technical seminars and meetings, SEMICON Japan actively supports the growth of the global semiconductor industry.
2.5D/3D ICs: Recent Advances in the Industry, Friday, December 5, 10:10-11:50am
Although the expectation of mass production of 2.5D/3D is increasing, its schedule varies among the different manufacturers. Technology executives of leading enterprises talk about 2.5D/3D in various aspects such as process, cost, ramping status, equipment situations, and show the scenario to leap for success.
Chairperson: Uegaki, ASE Grou
Corporate R&D, Vice President
2.5D/3D ICs: Recent Advances in the Industry
Packaging Design and Technology, Senior Director
Wafer-level system integration (Pseudo-SoC) technology and its wearable intelligent smart senor module application
Senior Research Scientist
Electron Devices Laboratory,Corporate Reseach & Development Center
This presentation provides an overview of the pseudo-SoC (System on Chip) technology which overcomes the limitation of the heterogeneous devices integration with wafer-level system integration in the electronics products, and then offers the prototype model of the wearable intelligent smart senor module which has high-density one-chip AFE (Analog Front End) circuits realized by the pseudo-SoC technology.