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View Resource SEMATECH Abbreviations / Acronyms

This dictionary defines terms that are used in the semiconductor manufacturing industry. It is intended to foster a common language within the SEMATECH community and within the industry. Some terms are specific to SEMATECH, but others are collected from industry standards.

View Resource Semiconductors on NSM

This website includes a database archive of parameters and properties of a variety of semiconductor compounds. The site is intended to systematize parameters of semiconductor compounds and heterostructures based on them.

View Resource Semiconductor Glossary

The purpose of this site is to give you an instant explanation of key terms and their definitions and concepts in the area of semiconductor materials, manufacturing, engineering, and devices. It also includes acronyms. Users may search for terms or browse the list.

View Resource Principles of Semiconductor Devices

Home page of an online and interactive textbook, Principles of Semiconductor Devices., written by Bart J. Van Zeghbroeck, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The goal of this text is to provide the basic principles of common semiconductor devices, with a special focus on Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor...

View Resource The New Economics of Semiconductor Manufacturing

The authors apply the Toyota Production System to semiconductor manufacturing. They advance the idea that today a fab must be able to make many types of products at small volume. This represents a sea change for the semiconductor industry. This article might make a good reference for activities on lean or modern manufacturing approaches.

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