James Victory
Corporate Fellow, ON Semiconductor

James is currently a Fellow at ON Semiconductor, working on research and development in modeling and simulation for discrete technologies.

In June 2008, he co-founded Sentinel IC Technologies. Prior to that, he was the Executive Director of IC Design Enablement at Jazz Semiconductor. He started his career with Motorola in 1992 where he specialized in semiconductor device modeling for RF-analog and power technologies.

He received his BSEE, MSEE, and Ph. D in electrical engineering from Arizona State University in 1990, 1992, and 1994 respectively. He has over 45 publications, including invited papers & workshop tutorials on semiconductor device modeling.

Session Abstracts:
Physically Based, Scalable SPICE Modeling Methodologies for Modern Power Electronic Devices: Modern day power electronics encompasses a wide spectrum of semiconductor device types, all of which present unique benefits and trade-offs in the design spectrum. Such devices include IGBTs, Super Junction MOSFETs, Trench MOSFETs, GaN HEMTs, SiC MOSFETs and SiC diodes. In order to realize all the individual device benefits and trade-offs, efficient power electronic design hinges on the availability of accurate and predictive SPICE models. This paper proposes novel physical and scalable SPICE models for power electronic semiconductors including wide bandgap devices. The models are based on process and layout parameters, enabling design optimization through a direct link between SPICE, physical design, and process technology. The models are used as a key design component during technology development and for the proliferation of new products.

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