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JAN VAN HOUDT, IMEC
DISTINGUISHED MEMBER OF TECHNICAL STAFF FERROELECTRIC & EXPLORATORY MEMORY

Jan Van Houdt received a Ph.D. from the University of Leuven. During his PhD work, he invented the HIMOS™ Flash memory, which he transferred to several industrial production lines. In 1999, he became responsible for Flash memory at imec and as such was the driving force behind the expansion of imec’s Industrial Affiliation Program on Memory Technology. Today he is DMTS in the Memory Department. He has published more than 300 papers in international journals and accumulated more than 200 conference contributions (incl. 41 invitations and 5 best paper awards). He has filed more than 70 patents and served on the program and organizing committees of 10 major semiconductor conferences. In 2014, he received the title of IEEE Fellow for his contributions to Flash memory devices. In the same year, he started the Ferroelectrics program at imec and became a guest professor at the University of Leuven teaching IC technology.

Presentation abstract

INNOVATIONS FOR FUTURE MEMORY TECHNOLOGIES

This presentation will give an overview of the different memory types investigated today and of related new trends such as low power magnetics for embedded memory, alternatives for DRAM and SCM, ferroelectrics and in-memory computing.

 

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