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Illinois ECE 598EP Lecture 14 - Hot Chips: Power Dissipation in Semiconductors

By Eric Pop1, Omar N Sobh2

1. Stanford University 2. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Power Dissipation in Semiconductors


  • Simple Power Dissipation Models
  • Revisit Simple Landauer Resistor
  • Continuum view of Heat Generation
  • Details of Joule Heating in Silicon
  • Self Heating with the Monte Carlo Method
  • Inter Valley Phonon Scattering in Si
  • Scattering and Deformation Potentials
  • Computed Phonon Generation Spectrum
  • Heat Generation near Barriers
  • Are Hot Phonons a Possibility?

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  • Eric Pop; Omar N Sobh (2009), "Illinois ECE 598EP Lecture 14 - Hot Chips: Power Dissipation in Semiconductors,"

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