The Roaring 20s: A Renaissance for the Semiconductor Industry

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(35:10 + Q&A) - Fifth Annual Symposium On Heterogeneous Integration - Roadmap is critical, innovation, SRC programs, generational opportunities, staffing, priorities, advanced packaging technologies, snapshots, call to action ...  Todd Younkin is the President & CEO of the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), where he leads a ~US$90M/year global research agenda supported by ~3k academic and industrial researchers, 26 international companies, and 3 U.S. government agencies. Shortly thereafter, SRC released its 2030 Decadal Plan for Semiconductors, where it identified the five “seismic shifts” shaping the future of information and communication technologies (ICT). Working closely with SIA, SRC has called for greatly increased federal investments throughout the decade to establish a smarter pipeline for semiconductor R&D, aligned to SRC’s Decadal Plan. Todd’s excited by the worldwide call for a renewed investment in semiconductor materials, hardware, and design, as well as the equally important calls for an emphasis on education and workforce development and our need for environmental sustainability. Only by investing in a bright, collective future, will we rise to the meet the opportunities presented by the next industrial revolution.
Prior to becoming SRC’s CEO, Dr. Younkin’s research and development experience spanned Intel’s 0.18um to 5nm nodes with technical contributions in novel materials, nanotechnology, integration, advanced lithography, and integrated photonics. From 2010 to 2013, Dr. Younkin was on assignment to IMEC’s advanced lithography program to mature both EUV lithography (EUVL) and the Directed Self-Assembly (DSA) of block copolymers (BCPs) and return the technology to Intel in Portland, OR. In 2018, Dr. Younkin engineered, launched, and led all programmatic aspects of the 5-year, $250 million JUMP research initiative, led by the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) in collaboration with DARPA and their Electronics Resurgence Initiative (ERI). JUMP has 6 multi-university, multi-disciplinary innovation centers that bring together 140 faculty, 701 students, and 387 industrial engineering liaisons on 172 research tasks at 32 universities. It emphasizes the advancement of Materials, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Engineering to secure continued U.S. thought leadership in semiconductors. Dr. Younkin holds a Ph.D. from the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California. He completed his Bachelor of Science at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.

To access all the videos and slides from the 5th Heterogeneous Integration Symposium, held in Silicon Valley in February 2022, please visit https://r6.ieee.org/scv-eps/?p=2865

(35:10 + Q&A) - Fifth Annual Symposium On Heterogeneous Integration - Roadmap is critical, innovation, SRC programs, generational opportunities, staffing, priorities, advanced packaging technologies, snapshots, call to action ...  Todd Younkin is the President & CEO of the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), where he leads a ~US$90M/year global research agenda supported by ~3k academic and industrial researchers, 26 international companies, and 3 U.S. government agencies. Shortly thereafter, SRC released its 2030 Decadal Plan for Semiconductors, where it identified the five “seismic shifts” shaping the future of information and communication technologies (ICT). Working closely with SIA, SRC has called for greatly increased federal investments....

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