Currently, the term 3D integration includes a wide variety of different integration methods, such as 2.5-dimensional (2.5D) interposer-based integration, 3D integrated circuits (3D ICs), 3D systems-in-package (SiP), 3D heterogeneous integration, and monolithic 3D ICs. The goal of this book is to provide readers with an understanding of the latest challenges and issues in 3D integration. TSVs are not the only technology element needed for 3D integration. There are numerous other key enabling technologies required for 3D integration, and the speed of the development in this emerging field is very rapid. To provide readers with state-of-the-art information on 3D integration research and technology developments, each chapter has been contributed by some of the world’s leading scientists and experts from academia, research institutes, and industry from around the globe.
- Covers chip/wafer level 3D integration technology, memory stacking, reconfigurable 3D, and monolithic 3D IC.
- Discusses the use of silicon interposer and organic interposer.
- Presents architecture, design, and technology implementations for 3D FPGA integration.
- Describes oxide bonding, Cu/SiO2 hybrid bonding, adhesive bonding, and solder bonding.
- Addresses the issue of thermal dissipation in 3D integration.
Table of Contents
1. Three-Dimensional Integration: Technology and Design
2. Three-Dimensional System-in-Package for Application-Specific Integrated Circuit and Three-Dimensional Dynamic Random-Access Memory Integration
3. A New Class of High-Capacity, Resource-Rich Field-Programmable Gate Arrays Enabled by
Three- Dimensional Integration Chip-Stacked Silicon Interconnect Technology
Suresh Ramalingam, Henley Liu, Myongseob Kim, Boon Ang, Woon-Seong Kwon, Tom Lee, Susan Wu, Jonathan Chang, Ephrem Wu, Xin Wu, and Liam Madden
4. Challenges in 3D Integration
M. Koyanagi, T. Fukushima, and T. Tanaka
5. Wafer-Level Three-Dimensional Integration Using Bumpless Interconnects and Ultrathinning
6. Three-Dimensional Integration Stacking Technologies for High-Volume Manufacturing by Use of Wafer-Level Oxide-Bonding Integration
Spyridon Skordas, Katsuyuki Sakuma, Kevin Winstel, and Chandrasekharan Kothandaraman
7. Toward Three-Dimensional High Density
S. Cheramy, A. Jouve, C. Fenouillet-Beranger, P. Vivet, and L. Di Cioccio
8. Novel Platforms and Applications Using Three-Dimensional and Heterogeneous Integration Technologies
Kuan-Neng Chen, Ting-Yang Yu, Yu-Chen Hu, and Cheng-Hsien Lu
Katsuyuki Sakuma is a research staff member at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center. Currently, he is also a Visiting Professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan. He has over 19 years of experience of researching 3D integration technologies and performing various semiconductor packaging research and development projects.
His research interests include 3D integration technologies, bonding technologies, and advanced packaging. He has published more than 85 peer-reviewed journal papers and conference proceeding papers, including three book chapters in the semiconductor and electronic packaging area. He also holds over 35 issued or pending U.S. and international patents. He has been recognized with the IBM Eleventh Invention Achievement Award in 2017 and an Outstanding Technical Achievement Award (OTAA) in 2015 for his contribution and leadership in the area of 3D integration technology development. He was also given the 2018 Exceptional Technical Achievement Award from IEEE Electronics Packaging Society and the 2017 Alumni Achievement Award from his Alma Mater, the School of Engineering at Tohoku University, for his contribution to 3D chip stack technology development in the electronics packaging industry. He was co-recipient of the IEEE CPMT Japan Society Best Presentation Award in 2012, and the IMAPS "Best of Track" Outstanding Paper Award in 2015.
Dr. Sakuma received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Tohoku University, and the Ph.D. degree from Waseda University, Japan. He is currently serving as an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology (CPMT). He served as an Associate Editor of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE, Japan) from 2003 until 2005. He has served as committee member of the IEEE ECTC Interconnections sub-committee since 2012, for the IEEE International Conference on 3D System Integration (IEEE 3DIC) since 2016, and for the IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium (IEEE IRPS) since 2017. He has been a senior member of IEEE since 2012.
"With the increasing cost and power issues associated with continuing along the traditional road of 2D scaling, 3D integration is becoming an essential enabler for performance gains in future VLSI nodes. This book provides an insightful treatment of the challenges and opportunities for intelligently evolving 3D integration into volume manufacturing and the applications that will exploit this exciting technology."
—David Danovitch, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
"The chapter authors are the world’s leading scientists and experts in this field and they cover the state-of-the-art topics that the readers really want."
— James J.-Q. Lu, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA