Das IMS ist mit 2 Vorträgen auf der ISSCC in San Francisco vertreten.
SESSION 7 – ELECTRONICS FOR LIFE SCIENCES
7.4 CMOS Imager Technologies for Biomedical Applications
J. Burghartz, T. Engelhardt, H-G. Graf, C. Harendt, H. Richter, C. Scherjon, K. Warkentin
Two CMOS imager chips are described. The first is a sub-retinal implant, being the only imager chip ever implanted into a human eye that partially restores vision to a blind patient. The second is a miniature imager chip, based on a thin-film-on-CMOS (TFC)pixel technology provides an optimum trade-off between sensitivity and pixel size.
Monday, February 4th, 3:15 PM
SESSIONS 18 – MOS MEDLEY
18.3 Ultra-Thin Chips on Foil for Flexible Electronics
H. Rempp, J. Burghartz, C. Harendt, N. Pricopi, M. Pritschow, C. Reuter, H. Richter,
I. Schindler, M. Zimmermann
Complex digital and mixed-signal circuits on 20μm-thin CMOS chips attached to foil and exposed to mechanical strain are demonstrated. The piezoelectric effect in the CMOS transistors will reduce the parametric yield in circuit designs based on tight process variations. Suppression of the effect is achieved by layout optimization, cancellation techniques or widening of the process corners.
Tuesday, February 5th, 4:15 PM
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