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aBook POWER/HVMOS DEVICES COMPACT MODELING

Editors: Wladek Grabinski and Thomas Gneiting
Publisher: Mark de Jongh [Mark.deJongh@springer-sbm.com]
1st Edition., 2010, V, 300 p., Hardcover; ISBN: 978-90-481-3045-0
www. springer-sbm.com
Table of contents
Preface Univ.-Prof. Dr.rer.nat. Gerhard Wahutka; Lehrstuhl für Technische Elektrophysik; TU München

Introduction
Wladek Grabinski, GMC and Thomas Gneiting, AdMOS

Chapter_1  Numerical Power/HV Device Simulations
Oliver Triebl and Tibor Grasser; TU Vienna

Chapter_2  HiSIM-LDMOS model
Mitiko Miura-Mattausch

Chapter_3  MM20 HVMOS Model: A Surface-Potential Based Compact High-Voltage LDMOS Model for Circuit Simulation
Annemarie Aarts; TU Eindhoven and Alireza Tajic; NXP Semiconductors

Chapter_4 Practical HV DMOS modeling using HVEKV
Renaud Gillon, Yogesh Chauhan, Adrian Ionescu, Bart Desoete, Peter Moens; EPFL and AMIS
 
Chapter_5  Power Devices
Andrzej Napieralski and Malgorzata Napieralska; TU Lodz

Chapter_6  Distributed Modeling Approach Applied to the IGBT
Patrick Austin and Jean-Louis Sanchez; LAAS

Chapter_7  Web Based Modeling Tools
Andrzej Napieralski; Lukasz Starzak, Bartlomiej Swiercz, Mariusz Zubert; TU Lodz

Index

update 2-Feb-10 Contents subject to change ©2008-2010 No.#2761 All rights reserved. WG