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2:00 pm

Heterogeneous 3D Integrated Circuits – Current Problems

As the sizing of transistors comes to the atomic distance limitations further development becomes possible by either introduction of new technologies or changing in geormetric arrangements of the elements and building blocks. Limitations in microcircuit constructions can be avoided by putting whole building blocks and sub-circuits in 3-dimensional stacks. Such an approach allows for efficient... Read more

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The 10ps TOFPET challenge Myth or Reality? (Distinguished NPSS Lecture)

May 7 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
TRIUMF Auditorium, 4004 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 2A3 Canada

Speaker: Dr Paule LeCoq, Senior Physicist at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland and Technical Director of uropean Center for Research in Medical Imaging in Marseilles Abstract: The future generation of radiation detectors is more and more demanding on timing performance for a wide range of applications, such as time of flight (TOF) techniques for PET cameras and particle identification in... Read more

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The 10ps TOFPET challenge Myth or Reality?

May 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: TRIUMF Distinguished Lecture (IEEE NPSS) Speaker(s): Dr Paule LeCoq, Location: Bldg: Main Office Building TRIUMF Auditorium 4004 Wesbrook Mall Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 2A3

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3:30 pm

Physical Design Automation of Transistor Networks

A way to reduce power consumption is to reduce the number of transistors used to implement a circuit, as leakage power is proportional to the number of transistors. It is shown a physical design approach to reduce the number of transistors needed to perform a task. It is proposed an EDA tool set to automatically... Read more

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