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Handbook of Wafer Bonding

Handbook of Wafer Bonding

Peter Ramm (Editor), James Jian-Qiang Lu (Editor), Maaike M. V. Taklo (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-64423-0

Nov 2011

425 pages

$173.99

Description

The focus behind this book on wafer bonding is the fast paced changes in the research and development in three-dimensional (3D) integration, temporary bonding and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) with new functional layers. Written by authors and edited by a team from microsystems companies and industry-near research organizations, this handbook and reference presents dependable, first-hand information on bonding technologies.

Part I sorts the wafer bonding technologies into four categories: Adhesive and Anodic Bonding; Direct Wafer Bonding; Metal Bonding; and Hybrid Metal/Dielectric Bonding. Part II summarizes the key wafer bonding applications developed recently, that is, 3D integration, MEMS, and temporary bonding, to give readers a taste of the significant applications of wafer bonding technologies.

This book is aimed at materials scientists, semiconductor physicists, the semiconductor industry, IT engineers, electrical engineers, and libraries.
TECHNOLOGIES

A. Adhesive and Anodic Bonding

Glass Frit Wafer Bonding
Wafer Bonding Using Spin-On Glass as Bonding Material
Polymer Adhesive Wafer Bonding
Anodic Bonding

B. Direct Wafer Bonding

Direct Wafer Bonding
Plasma-Activated Bonding

C. Metal Bonding

Au/Sn Solder
Eutectic Au-In Bonding
Thermocompression Cu-Cu Bonding of Blanket and Patterned Wafers
Wafer-Level Solid-Liquid Interdiffusion Bonding

D. Hybrid Metal/Dielectric Bonding

Hybrid Metal/Polymer Wafer Bonding Platform
Cu/SiO2 Hybrid Bonding
Metal/Silicon Oxide Hybrid Bonding

APPLICATIONS

Microelectromechanical Systems
Three-Dimensional Integration
Temporary Bonding for Enabling Three-Dimensional Integration and Packaging
Temporary Adhesive Bonding with Reconfiguration of Known Good Dies for Three-Dimensional Integrated Systems
Thin Wafer Support System for above 250°C Processing and Cold De-bonding
Temporary Bonding: Electrostatic