Learn How mqSemi AG Developed 3D Power Devices Proof of Concept with Silvaco TCAD Simulations
Silicon IGBT and SiC MOSFETs are today`s key power semiconductor switches for many power electronics converters such as those in automotive, renewables and industrial applications. Both device concepts continue to evolve, and development trends are continuously targeting improved overall electrical and reliability performance at lower costs.
In addition to established power device manufacturers, many start-up companies have been founded in recent years providing novel solutions. Many of these solutions are based on 3D design concepts to achieve higher performance levels. The proof of concept of such semiconductor designs at a practical level can be very costly for a new start-up company with limited funds.
Therefore, to enable a faster and more cost-effective track for the initial stages of value creation, 3D TCAD simulations for the proof of concept of such novel structures are required. For our start-up company mqSemi AG, a new S-MOS cell concept was introduced where Silvaco provided the necessary TCAD tools and support to demonstrate the concept functionality for 1200V Silicon IGBTs and SiC MOSFET. We will introduce mqSemi and the 3D TCAD models and simulation results while highlighting Silvaco`s powerful Victory Process and Device.
What You Will Learn
- Characteristics of high voltage MOSFET switches
- How to use 3D concepts to achieve higher performance
- Creating TCAD 3D models
- How to utilize simulation results
Dr. Munaf Rahimo, Founder and General Manager – mqSemi AG, Switzerland
Dr. Munaf Rahimo has been involved in the research and development of power semiconductor devices for nearly 30 years with approximately 25 years working in industry. He has contributed to the development of a wide range of power semiconductor device technology and product platforms such as IGBTs, Diode, Thyristors and SiC MOSFETs. Since 2000, he held many technical positions at ABB Switzerland Ltd. and was awarded with the prestigious title of ABB Corporate Executive Engineer in 2012. He left ABB in 2018 to explore consulting and entrepreneurial business models where he founded mqSemi AG in 2019 as a power semiconductor start-up company.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Semiconductor device, IP, Circuit, CAD, SoC and System design engineers, product managers and engineering management.
When: March 24, 2022