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by Symposium on Science and Technology of Microelectronics,Mass.) American Ceramic Society Electronics Division Fall Meeting (1994 Boston,International Society for Hybrid Microelectronics Fall Meeting,K. M. Nair,Vishwa N. Shukla,Symposium on Science And Technology of M

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  • Author: Symposium on Science and Technology of Microelectronics,Mass.) American Ceramic Society Electronics Division Fall Meeting (1994 Boston,International Society for Hybrid Microelectronics Fall Meeting,K. M. Nair,Vishwa N. Shukla,Symposium on Science And Technology of M
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amer Ceramic Society (October 1, 1997)
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cle{osti 535614, title {Ceramic transactions: Hybrid microelectronic materials. abstractNote {This document contains reports from the meeting on hybrid microelectronic materials. Topics include ferroelectric ceramics, sol-gel processing, silica dielectrics, mechanical properties and physical properties of materials. Individual reports have been processed separately for the United States Department of Energy databases.

International Society For Hybrid Microelectronics Fall Meeting Hybrid Microelectronic Materials (Ceramic . Proceedings of the November 1994 symposium.

International Society For Hybrid Microelectronics Fall Meeting Hybrid Microelectronic Materials (Ceramic Transactions, Vol. 68). ISBN 13: 9781574980134.

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Microelectronics International comprises a multi-disciplinary study of the key technologies and related issues associated with the design, manufacture, assembly and various applications of miniaturized electronic devices and advanced packages. Among the broad range of topics covered are: Advanced packaging. Chip scale packaging. Micro-circuit technology. Microelectronic materials. Multichip modules (MCMs). Organic/polymer electronics. Semiconductor technology.

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Microelectronics is the foundation of the IT industry. There is a relative degree of international monopoly on some key techniques and equipment, which is a significant factor in the technology embargos imposed by certain countries. As the characteristic dimensions of microelectronic technology are reduced to nanometer scale, major revolutions in new materials, new structures, processing techniques, interconnection techniques and design techniques will inevitably occur.

Proceedings of the November 1994 symposium. Seventeen articles review and project the direction in hybrid microelectronic materials, which are used in industrial electronics markets, such as computers, radar and communications equipment, satellites, aircraft and navigational equipment, military electronics, medical equipment, automotive devices, and consumer electronic devices. Topics include rainbows and ferrofilms; sol-gel processings of thin films; silicon-electroceramics integration; and permittivity of dielectric composites. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.