Today, data is the lifeblood disrupting many industries. The vast majority of this data is stored in the form of non-volatile magnetic bits in hard disk drives. This technology was developed more than half a century ago and has reached fundamental scaling limits that prevent further increases in storage capacity. New approaches are needed.
In the webinar, FRAM (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory) and MRAM (Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory) will be presented as two promising concepts for future ultra-low power memory technologies. Special attention will be paid to material development and fabrication on state-of-the-art industrial equipment for 300 mm wafers.
- Dr. Lukas Gerlich (Fraunhofer IPMS - Center Nanoelectronic Technologies)
- Konrad Seidel (Fraunhofer IPMS - Center Nanoelectronic Technologies)
ASCENT+ - European Nanoelectronics Network
ASCENT+ serves as the direct entry point to a European Nanoelectronics Research Infrastructure offering access to key enabling capabilities in state-of-the-art processing, modelling and simulation data sets, metrology and characterisation, and devices and test structures.