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Aerosol jet printing of nano particle based electrical chip interconnects

: Seifert, T.; Baum, M.; Roscher, F.; Wiemer, M.; Gessner, T.


Materials today. Proceedings 2 (2015), Nr.8, S.4262-4271
ISSN: 2214-7853
International Conference in Functional Integrated nanoSystems (nanoFiS) <1, 2014, Graz>
Zeitschriftenaufsatz, Konferenzbeitrag
Fraunhofer ENAS ()

Mask less fabricated 3D interconnects may have a big potential in future microelectronic applications by enhancing freedom of device design or power- and footprint saving capabilities along with performance improvements. Within this paper research activities are reported about evaluation of Aerosol Jet Printing (AJP) for feasibility of fabricating non-planar nano particle based electrical chip interconnects on a 3D-integrated System in a Package (SiP) including MEMS that is capable to wake up integrated electronics from power down mode using piezoelectric MEMS components. 3D-stacked multi-chip modules with a footprint of 9 mm x 10 mm are functional connected by AJP after single chips are mounted to printed circuit board (PCB) using underfiller adhesives. AJP, morphology of printed paths, and electrical resistances are investigated. Several challenging factors like printed line width, printed layer thickness, focus limiting standoff height of printhead, thermo-mechanical properties of printed interconnects along with SiP layout were identified and discussed during process development.