IMAPS-UK has organised a Webinar on “ZeroAMP – Ultra Low-Power Logic and Memory for Harsh Environments” at 10AM (UK Time) by Piers Tremlett of Microchip Technology Inc. This is a free to join event, please log in or register below to book a place.
The ZeroAMP project is concerned with the development of logic and memory circuits using nano-electro-mechanical (NEM) switches for harsh environment applications demanding zero standby power, operating temperatures up to 300oC and radiation hardness. The project is formed of a collaboration of the following organisations: Microchip Technology (UK), University of Bristol (UK), AMO GbbH (Germany), X-FAB (Germany), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), CSEM (Switzerland) and Sciprom (Switzerland).
The presentation will cover:
- Novel Zero-Leakage NEM switches – including logic and memory functions
- Integration – ultra-high density 3D stacking technology
- Packaging– wafer level hermetic sealing for high temperature performance
- Demonstration – Non-volatile Memory and FPGA
The project is exploring various emerging applications where transistors cannot perform efficiently including; Electric Vehicles, Internet of Things, Sustainable Energy, Industrial Electronics, More Electric Aircraft and Quantum Computing.
The webinar will include a technical presentation of about 40-45 minutes duration and there will be an opportunity to ask questions to the presenter. You can find more information on the ZeroAMP project here.
Piers Tremlett has over 20 years’ experience working in the development of new packaging processes and designs within Microchip’s Advanced Packaging Business and previously with Lucas Automotive, Sensors and Controls. He holds a BSc in Metallurgy & Material Science and an MSc in Management, Manufacturing & Technology. He is Microchip’s senior specialist on the subject of microelectronics, supporting the strategy around the next generation of electronics.
Once registered, you will receive joining instructions by mail 1-2 days before the event. Bookings can be accepted up to 1 hour prior to the event. To make a booking, you must be either a member of IMAPS-UK or a “Registered User” on the website. For IMAPS-UK members or existing registered users, please click HERE to login. Becoming a “Registered User” on the website is free, so if you are not already registered, please enter your details HERE.