Scott E. Thompson

Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering
IEEE Fellow
Office: 535 Engineering Bldg
PO Box 116130
Gainesville FL 32611-6130
(352) 846-0320
thompson@ece.ufl.edu

To contact use email
Shipping address at bottom


Biographical Sketch

Scott E. Thompon was an Intel Fellow, Director of Logic Technology and responsible for next generation process integration, technology yield and transistor design from 1992 to 2004. Thompson joined Intel in 1992 and has worked on Intel's 0.35, 0.25, 0.18, 0.13 and 0.09 - micron advanced CMOS logic technologies. Thompson and co-workers were the first to publish at the International Electron Device Meeting (IEDM) in 2002 on a 90nm logic technology which introduced high levels strain for significant mobility enhancement using SiGe. This 90nm strained Si logic technology is currently in production on 300mm wafers to fabricate all of Intel's advanced microprocessors. Thompson has published 60 papers and holds 12 patents all relating to transistor design. Scott was elected IEEE Fellow for his contributions on submicron and nanoscale MOSFETs.

Recent Publications

Thompson's current research interest are on advance transistors focusing on Strained Si and Ge channel MOSFETs, carbon nanotube transistors and nanotechnology.


Employment

2004-present: Tenured Full Professor, Electrical Engineering, University of Florida
1992-2004: Intel Corp., Intel Fellow and Director of 90nm Logic Technology


Prospective students

If you are interested in working with me, please send me email stating how your areas of interest relate to mine. Include a resume with a list of relevant course work that you have taken or are taking. Depending on your academic experience and degree plan, I can suggest courses that you should take. I am primarily interested in working with Ph.D. students. However, I occasionally accept strong M.S. students if they have already signed up for "thesis option".


Teaching

Fall 2008
EEL 4310:Digital Integrated Circuits

Spring 2009
EEL 4329/5400:Silicon Microelectronic to nanotechnology

Shipping Address

Dr. Scott Thompson
University of Florida
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
New Engineering Building #33
Center Drive
Gainesville, FL 32611-6200


Scott Thompson