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Friday, 09 December 2005
(at 13:15 in room Phy 4.1.13)
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Why the semiconductor industry (still) needs physicists

Michael Langenbuch

Memory Products Division
Infineon Technologies AG
  Balanstr. 73, D-81541 München, Germany  






The presentation will give an overview of my experiences working in the memory products division of Infineon Technologies AG.
The semiconductor industry is now starting to get a mature industry and i will try to give an flavor which segments evolved and in which areas physicists are contributing.
As coming from the memory devision i will then focus on the memory segment and explain the basic principle of memory cells and the established architectures. This includes the concept of trench and stacked dynamic memory cell, the floating gate and the oxinitride memory cell.



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