The CHAMELEON RF Project – a quick digest
L. Miguel Silveira,
CHAMELEON RF stands for Comprehensive High-Accuracy Modelling of Electromagnetic Effects in Complete Nanoscale RF blocks. CHAMELEON RF was a Specific Targeted Research Project (STREP) funded under the Framework Programme (FP) 6 in the area of Information Society Technologies (IST). The project run for 30 months and involved several european partners (Philips Research Eindhoven, later NXP, NL, Austriamicrosystems, AT, MAGWEL, BE, Interuniversity Micro Electronics Centre (IMEC), BE INESC-ID, PT, Polytechnic University of Bucharest, RO and Delft University of Technology, NL).
The aim of the CHAMELEON RF project was to develop methodologies and prototype tools for a comprehensive and highly accurate analysis of complete next-generation nanoscale functional IC blocks that will operate at RF frequencies of up to 60 GHz.
In this talk I will briefly review the project organization, its main goals, discuss some of the achievements and provide an overall view of the results achieved.
Date: 2008-May-30 Time: 14:00:00 Room: 336
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