Microelectronic Packaging: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Microelectronic Packaging

1st Edition

Edited by M. Datta, Tetsuya Osaka, J. Walter Schultze

CRC Press

568 pages | 387 B/W Illus.

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Hardback: 9780415311908
pub: 2004-12-20
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Description

Microelectronic Packaging analyzes the massive impact of electrochemical technologies on various levels of microelectronic packaging. Traditionally, interconnections within a chip were considered outside the realm of packaging technologies, but this book emphasizes the importance of chip wiring as a key aspect of microelectronic packaging, and focuses on electrochemical processing as an enabler of advanced chip metallization.

Divided into five parts, the book begins by outlining the basics of electrochemical processing, defining the microelectronic packaging hierarchy, and emphasizing the impact of electrochemical technology on packaging. The second part discusses chip metallization topics including the development of robust barrier layers and alternative metallization materials. Part III explores key aspects of chip-package interconnect technologies, followed by Part IV's analysis of packages, boards, and connectors which covers materials development, technology trends in ceramic packages and multi-chip modules, and electroplated contact materials. Illustrating the importance of processing tools in enabling technology development, the book concludes with chapters on chemical mechanical planarization, electroplating, and wet etching/cleaning tools.

Experts from industry, universities, and national laboratories submitted reviews on each of these subjects, capturing the technological advances made in each area. A detailed examination of how packaging responds to the challenges of Moore's law, this book serves as a timely and valuable reference for microelectronic packaging and processing professionals and other industrial technologists.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

Electrochemical Processing Technologies and their Impact in Microelectronic Packaging, Madhav Datta

CHIP METALLIZATION

Electroplating Process for Cu Chip Metallization, Valery M. Dubin, Harsono S. Simka, Sadasivan Shankar, Peter Moon, Thomas Marieb, and Madhav Datta

Electroless Barrier and Seed Layers for On-Chip Metallization, Valery M. Dubin, Sergey Lopatin, Amit Kohn, Nick Petrov, Moshe Eizenberg, and Yosi Shacham-Diamand

Alternative Materials for ULSI and MEMS Metallization, Yosi Shacham-Diamand, Nathan Croitoru, Alexander Inberg, Yelena Sverdlov, Valery Dubin, and Vadim Bogush

CHIP-PACKAGE INTERCONNECT

Tape Carrier and Development Trend, Osamu Yoshika, and Akira Chinda

Flip-chip Interconnection, Madhav Datta

Compliant Interconnects, Paul Kohl

Pb-free Flip-chip Technologies, D. R. Frear, and W.H. Lytle

PACKAGES AND PC BOARDS

Materials Overview in Organic Packaging, Saikumar Jayaraman, John Tang, and Vijay Wakharkar

Glass-Ceramic Packages, Kazuhiro Ikuina, Yuzo Shimada, and Kazuaki Utsumi

Electrochemical Processes in the Fabrication of Multi-chip Modules, S. Krongelb, L.T. Romankiw, E.D. Perfecto, and K.K.H. Wong

Bumping Technology for Advanced Packages, Shinichi Wakabayashi

Plated Through Hole Technology for Boards, Haruo Akahoshi

PROCESSING TOOLS

Electroplated Contact Materials for Connectors and Relays, Yutaka Okinaka

Chemical Mechanical Planarization: From Scratch to Planar, David K. Watts, Norio Kimura, and Manabu Tsujimura

Electrochemical Deposition Equipment, Tom Ritzdorf, and Dakin Fulton

Processes and Equipment for Wet Etching and Cleaning, Jeffery W. Butterbaugh

About the Series

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC008070
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / Microelectronics
TEC016010
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Industrial Design / Packaging