Special Issue "Radiation Tolerant Electronics, Volume II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2022) | Viewed by 8940
Interests: analog and mixed-signal IC design; RF; radiation effects; radiation hardening by design
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Special Issue in Electronics: Radiation Tolerant Electronics, Volume III
Research on radiation tolerant electronics has increased rapidly over the last few years, resulting in many interesting approaches to model radiation effects and design radiation hardened integrated circuits and embedded systems. This research is strongly driven by the growing need for radiation hardened electronics for space applications, high-energy physics experiments such as those on the large hadron collider at CERN, and many terrestrial nuclear applications, including nuclear energy and safety management. With the progressive scaling of integrated circuit technologies and the growing complexity of electronic systems, their ionizing radiation susceptibility has raised many exciting challenges which are expected to drive research in the coming decade. Even though total ionizing dose effects in bulk CMOS is well known, still little is known on the radiation performance of advanced (FD-)SOI and FinFET technologies. Regarding single-event effects, the continued scaling has drastically increased the number of multiple-transistor or multiple-cell upsets which requires new solutions to reduce the error rate in digital and mixed-signal ASICs but also for FPGAs. Radiation hardness assurance of complex systems with multiple components in mixed technologies also necessitates new testing paradigms and verification methodologies to limit the time and cost for evaluation.
The main aim of this Special Issue is to seek high-quality submissions that highlight emerging applications, address recent breakthroughs in modeling radiation effects in advanced electronic devices and circuits, the design of radiation hardened analog, mixed-signal, RF and digital integrated circuits and radiation hardness testing methodologies. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Basic mechanisms of radiation effects in electronic devices
- Compact modeling of radiation effects and circuit/layout level optimization (TID and SEE)
- Radiation effects in power devices/circuits
- Design of radiation hardened integrated circuits (analog/RF/mixed-signal/digital)
- Radiation hardening and fault tolerance in FPGAs
- Radiation hardness assurance testing
Prof. Dr. Paul Leroux
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