Past events

Compact Modeling Events

  • MOS-AK Workshop at Berkeley
    • Sept. 26, 2014
    • On Line Program
  • Special MIXDES Compact Modeling Session
  • MOS-AK Workshop in London
  • Nano-Tera Workshop on the Next Generation MOSFET Compact Models
  • Special MIXDES Compact Modeling Session
    • Compact Modeling for Advanced Analog/RF IC Applications Wrocław, 24-26 June 2010
      • with EKV related papers:
    • Analytical Inversion-mode Varactor Modeling Based on the EKV Model and its Application to RF VCO Design
      J.-K. Bremer, T. Peikert, W. Mathis (Leibniz Univ. Hannover, GERMANY)
    • Analog Performance of Advanced CMOS in Weak, Moderate, and Strong Inversion
      M. Bucher, G. Diles, N. Makris (Tech. Univ. Crete, GREECE)
    • Process Control Monitor Based Extraction Procedure for Statistical Compact MOSFET Modeling
      M. Yakupov, D. Tomaszewski (Institute of Electron Techn., POLAND), W. Grabiński (GMC, SWITZERLAND)
  • MOS-AK/Baltimore
    • Panel Discussion 
      • Moderator: Larry Nagel
      • Panelists: Geoffrey Coram, Keith Green and Colin McAndrew
  • MOS-AK/GSA Meeting at IHP in Frankfurt/O
    • Low Frequency Noise Modeling at Low Temperature with the EKV3 Compact Model
      Patrick Martin*, Gérard Ghibaudo** and Matthias Bucher***
      CEA, LETI, Minatec (France), **IMEP, Minatec (France), ***Technical University of Crete (Greece)
    • Large Signal Modeling of Inversion-Mode MOS Varactors in VCOs
      Jan-K. Bremer, Tim Peikert and Wolfgang Mathis
      Institute of Electromagnetic Theory, Leibniz University of Hannover
    • Global extraction of parameters using the EKV model: some properties of the underlying optimization task
      Jaroslaw Arabas, Lukasz Bartnik, Slawomir Szostak and Daniel Tomaszewski*
      Warsaw University of Technology, *ITE Warsaw
    • MOS-AK Tutorials: 19 September 2008, Edinburgh
    • Charge-based Modeling of the MOS Transistor
      Christian Enz; CSEM, EPFL
    • Tradeoffs and Optimization in Analog CMOS Design
      David M. Binkley; The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • European ICCAP Device Modeling Workshop
    • 7-8 March 2002, Berlin, Germany