The Fourth Terminal
Benefits of Body-Biasing Techniques for FDSOI Circuits and Systems
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4 Body Biasing in FD-SOI for Analog, RF and millimeter-wave Designs5 SRAM Bitcell Functionality under Body-Bias
Part II Design Examples: from Analog RF and mmW to Digital. From Building Blocks and Circuits to SoCs6 Coarse/Fine Delay Element Design in 28nm FD-SOI
7 Mm-wave Distributed Oscillators in 28nm FD-SOI Technology
8 Millimeter-wave Power Amplifiers for 5G applications in 28nm FD-SOI technology9 An 802.15.4 IR-UWB Transmitter SoC with Adaptive-FBB-Based Channel Selection and Programmable Pulse Shape10 Body-bias Calibration Based Temperature Sensor
11 System Integration of RISC-V Processors with FD-SOI
Part III Body Bias Deployment in Mixed-Signal and Digital SoCs
12 Timing-Based Closed Loop Compensation
13 Open Loop Compensation
14 Compensation and Regulation Solutions' Synthesis
15 Body-Bias Voltage Generation
16 Digital Design Implementation Flow and Verification Methodology
Thierry DI GILIO was born in 1978 in Marseille, France. He received his his M.Sc in Physic and Modelling Of complex Systems from University of Provence, France in 2002. In 2006, he obtained his PhD degree in nano-electronic from University of Provence. During 3 years, he worked at Sofradir (Veurey-Voroise, France) as a consultant, and designed several Readout Circuits for cooled infrared detector applications. In 2011 he joined STMicroelectronics Central R&D (in Crolles, France) to design embedded power management circuits for digital and RF SoCs including the development of embedded boby biasing solutions for FDSOI technologies. He is now in charge of Power Management IP design within Imaging Product group.
Andreia Cathelin (M'04, SM'11) is a Technology R&D Fellow at STMicroelectronics, Crolles France. She started electrical engineering studies at the Polytechnic Institute of Bucarest, Romania and graduated with MS from the Institut Superieur d'Electronique du Nord (ISEN), Lille, France in 1994. In 1998 and 2013 respectively, she received PhD and "habilitation a diriger des recherches" (French highest academic degree) from the Universite de Lille 1, France.
Since 1998, she has been with STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France. Her focus areas are in the design of RF/mmW/THz and ultra-low-power circuits and systems. She is leading and driving advanced R&D research topics, also in collaboration with major research teams from Universities worldwide. She is as well one of the pioneers worldwide in FD-SOI CMOS design.
Andreia has had numerous responsibilities inside the IEEE community since more than 10 years. At ISSCC, she has been the RF sub-committee chair from 2012 to 2015, and since 2016 is the Forums Chair and member of the Executive Committee. She has been the ESSCIRC-ESSDERC Steering Committee Chair from 2015 to 2017 and is the Technical Program Chair for ESSCIRC2020. She has served different positions on the Technical Program Committees of VLSI Symposium on Circuits from 2010 till 2016, and is now member of its Executive Committee. She has been an elected member of the IEEE SSCS Adcom for the term January 2015 to December 2017 and for the 2020-2022 term, and is an active member of the IEEE SSCS Women in Circuits group.
Andreia has authored or co-authored 130+ technical papers and 7 book chapters and has filed more than 25 patents. She is a co-recipient of the ISSCC 2012 Jan Van Vessem Award for Outstanding European Paper and of the ISSCC 2013 Jack Kilby Award for Outstanding Student Paper. She is as well the winner of the 2012 STMicroelectronics Technology Council Innovation Prize, for having introduced on the company's roadmap the integrated CMOS THz technology for imaging applications.