Links to interesting technical publications
Here are a number of links to technical journals or magazines of interest to EE or process engineers working in advanced packaging.
IBM Journal of Research and Development is a comprehensive technical journal covering all aspects of computer related technologies. Articles review from IC design, manufacturing or packaging to physics, chemistry, mathematics or software development.
Semiconductor Fabtech is a magazine covering semiconductor technology and packaging from a European vantage. Contents, abstracts, select articles and entire editions are available for viewing. Take the opportunity to browse though the abstracts of the latest issue.
The Industrial Physicist is published monthly by the American Institute of Physics (AIP). It provides insight in advanced research and development taking place in industrial establishments; it is published by The American Institute of Physics. An excellent web site for applied research and product development engineers. Unfortunately the magazine ceased publication with the Dec. / Jan. 2005 issue.
Physics Today is the core publication of the American Institute of Physics (AIP). It has been published monthly for more than 50 years. Its goal is to keep readers informed about science and its place in the world. It provides authoritative feature articles, news stories and analyses, along with a forum for the exchange of ideas.
Microwave Journal - An EE publication dedicated to microwave circuit design and techniques. Yesterday's microwave frequencies were exclusive to expensive radars and trunk lines communication circuit. Today microwave frequencies are used in consummer products like telephone handsets, cell phones, wireless networks, etc. Tomorrow they will be in computer communication buses.
Journal of Corrosion Science and Engineering A freely available British web journal with some papers useful to anybody interested in long term reliability of thin films and reliability issues caused by corrosion.
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