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Interface Fall 07

Vol. 16, No. 3

Fall 2007

NOTE: The Volume number was printed as Vol. 17, which is incorrect. The correct Volume number for this issue is Volume 16.

Table of Contents (PDF)

From the Editor: Through the Eyes of History p. 3
Pennington Corner: Following the Path p. 7
Society News p. 8
ECS Transactions from the Washington, DC Meeting p. 10
Special Meeting Section: Washington, DC p. 11
People p. 25
Tech Highlights p. 28
Frosch & Derick: Fifty Years Later
by: Howard R. Huff and Michael Riordan
p. 29
The Origins of Diffused-Silicon Technology at Bell Labs, 1954-55
by: Nick Holonyak, Jr.
p. 30
From Bell Labs to Silicon Valley: A Saga of Semiconductor Technology Transfer, 1955-61
by: Michael Riordan
p. 36
A Scientist's Perspective on the Early Days of MOS Technology
by: Bruce E. Deal
p. 42
MOS Technology, 1963-1974: A Dozen Crucial Years
by: Ross Knox Bassett
p. 46
Gate Dielectric Process Technology for the Sub-1 nm Equivalent Oxide (EOT) Era
by: L. Colombo, J. J. Chambers, and H. Niimi
p. 51
Section News p. 56
Awards p. 58
New Members p. 61
Student News p. 65

ECS Transactions from the Chicago, IL Meeting

p. 68


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