Date of Award
Master of Science
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Fabrication capabilities at the Iowa State University's Microelectronics Research Center have recently been expanded significantly to include CMOS processing. Intended for academic lab use as well as to provide the flexibility of fabrication using more modern processing, the CMOS-70 process will be a significant boon to researchers looking for ways to design and test circuits with quick turn-around time and greater control over processing parameters. The development and proof of this new capability has been the work of several people, and the research described herin both builds upon and expands this work. This research provides additional design capability, process characterization and demonstration of the process' viability for building multi-transistor functioning circuits.
Jonathan Vincent Williams
Williams, Jonathan Vincent, "Design, development and fabrication of circuits using the CMOS-70 process" (2003). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 20088.