Innovando a velocidad y escala: una infraestructura de próxima generación para acelerar las tecnologías de semiconductores

Por • 28 abr, 2022 • Sección: Economía

Richard A. Gottscho, Edlyn V. Levine, Tsu-Jae King Liu, Paul C. McIntyre, Subhasish Mitra, Boris Murmann, Jan M. Rabaey, Sayeef Salahuddin, Willy C. Shih, H.-S. Philip Wong

Semiconductor innovation drives improvements to technologies that are critical to modern society. The country that successfully accelerates semiconductor innovation is positioned to lead future semiconductor-driven industries and benefit from the resulting economic growth. It is our view that a next generation infrastructure is necessary to accelerate and enhance semiconductor innovation in the U.S. In this paper, we propose such an advanced infrastructure composed of a national network of facilities with enhancements in technology and business models. These enhancements enable application-driven and challenge-based research and development, and ensure that facilities are accessible and sustainable. The main tenets are: a challenge-driven operational model, a next-generation infrastructure to serve that operational model, technology innovations needed for advanced facilities to speed up learning cycles, and innovative cost-effective business models for sustainability. Ultimately, the expected outcomes of such a participatory, scalable, and sustainable nation-level advanced infrastructure will have tremendous impact on government, industry, and academia alike.

arXiv:2204.02216v1 [cs.OH]

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