3D Integration Technologies – An Overview -- Advanced Bonding/Joining Techniques -- Advanced Chip-to-Substrate Connections -- Advanced Wire Bonding Technology: Materials, Methods, and Testing -- Lead-Free Soldering -- Thin Die Fabrication and Applications to Wafer Level System Integration -- Advanced Substrates: A Materials and Processing Perspective -- Flip-Chip Underfill: Materials, Process and Reliability -- New Development Trend of Epoxy Molding Compound for Encapsulating Semiconductor Chips -- Electrically Conductive Adhesives (ECAs) -- Die Attach Adhesives and Films -- Thermal Interface Materials -- Embedded Passives -- Advanced Bonding Technology Based on Nano- and Micro-metal Pastes -- Wafer Level Chip Scale Packaging -- MEMS Packaging -- LED Die Bonding -- Medical Electronics Design, Manufacturing, and Reliability -- Flexible and Printed Electronics -- Silicon Solar Cell Metallization Pastes -- Nano-metal Assisted Chemical Etching for Fabricating Semiconductor and Optoelectronic Devices -- Characterization of Copper Diffusion in Through Silicon Vias.
This second edition continues to be the most comprehensive review on the developments in advanced electronic packaging technologies, with a focus on materials and processing. Recognized experts in the field contribute to 22 updated and new chapters that provide comprehensive coverage on various 3D package architectures, novel bonding and joining techniques, wire bonding, wafer thinning techniques, organic substrates, and novel approaches to make electrical interconnects between integrated circuit and substrates. Various chapters also address advances in several key packaging materials, including: Lead-free solders Flip chip underfills Epoxy molding compounds Conductive adhesives Die attach adhesives/films Thermal interface materials (TIMS) Materials for fabricating embedded passives including capacitors, inductors, and resistors Materials and processing aspects on wafer-level chip scale package (CSP) and MicroElectroMechanical system (MEMS) Contributors also review new and emerging technologies such as Light Emitting Diode (LED) packaging, as well as packaging for medical devices, flexible and printed electronics, interconnection technologies for solar cells, and nano-metal assisted chemical etching. This book is ideal for professionals in semiconductor fabrication, packaging of electronic and optoelectronic devices and solar cells and medical device packaging areas as well as graduate students studying materials science and engineering or electronic packaging materials and processing..