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1 July 13, 2010ITRS public conference – San Francisco1 More-than-Moore Roadmapping Update

2 More Moore: Scaling Continued shrinking of physical feature sizes of the digital functionalities (logic and memory storage) in order to improve density (cost per function reduction) and performance (speed, power). More than Moore: Functional Diversification I ncorporation into devices of functionalities that do not necessarily scale according to "Moore's Law, but provide additional value in different ways. The "More-than-Moore" approach allows for the non-digital functionalities to migrate from the system board-level into the package (SiP) or onto the chip (SoC). The Challenge: Integration of MM with MtM Creation of heterogeneous compact systems. More Moore & More than Moore: Definitions July 13, 2010ITRS public conference – San Francisco2

3 Moores Law & More More than Moore: Diversification More Moore: Miniaturization Combining SoC and SiP: Higher Value Systems Baseline CMOS: CPU, Memory, Logic Biochips Sensors Actuators HV Power Analog/RFPassives 130nm 90nm 65nm 45nm 32nm 22nm 16 nm. V Information Processing Digital content System-on-chip (SoC) Beyond CMOS Interacting with people and environment Non-digital content System-in-package (SiP) 3July 13, 2010ITRS public conference – San Francisco

4 Why a More than Moore roadmap ? ITRS has demonstrated value of roadmapping for CMOS –Identify pre-competitive research domains, enabling cooperation between industries, institutes and universities. Sharing of R&D efforts Reduction of development costs and time –Synchronization of the E&M community with the Manufacturing community –Increase resource efficiency through focus –Promote market growth and job creation More than Moore roadmapping offers a similar but more challenging opportunity –Need to propose a roadmapping methodology White paper 4 July 13, 2010ITRS public conference – San Francisco

5 5 Process societal needs lead markets applications functions needed designs and devices design tools processes scenariiroadmap size, suitability FOM July 13, 2010ITRS public conference – San Francisco

6 July 13, Spring 2011 workshop Main MtM drivers Automotive drivers Lighting drivers Energy drivers

7 Main MtM drivers (from workshop) DriversAutomotiveLightingEnergy FunctionalitiesSmart-card like security Reliability Smart grid connection Energy mgt Generic technologies / devices Energy storage devices mmW comm. Heat mgt Sensors & actuators Energy generation devices ULP components July 13, 2011ITRS Public Conference – San Francisco7

8 MtM roadmapping next steps Cross TWG Study Group officially launched yesterday –A&P, MEMS, Design & System drivers, RF/AMS 2nd MtM workshop during 2012 Spring meeting –April 25th, in the Netherlands –Each group of CTSG presents status of tables derived from the main drivers Quarterly conf calls in-between –First one to be held October 10th, 5pm CET, 8am PST Check on progress Add/withdraw drivers Extend CTSG membership July 13, 2010ITRS public conference – San Francisco8

9 July 13, 2010ITRS public conference – San Francisco9 Spring 2011 workshop Main MtM drivers Automotive drivers Lighting drivers Energy drivers CTSG Individual TWG tables

10 Questions ? Feedback ? July 13, 2010ITRS public conference – San Francisco10


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