Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Microelectronics-Photonics (MS)
H. A. Mantooth
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Applied sciences, Modeling, Semiconductor device, Simulation
The first-ever 1.7kV 8A SiC physics-based compact SPICE model is developed for behavior prediction, modeling and simulation of the GeneSiC “Super” Junction Transistor. The model implements Gummel-Poon based equations and adds a quasi-saturation collector series resistance representation from a 1.2 kV, 6 A SiC bipolar junction transistor model developed in Hangzhou, China. The model has been validated with the GA08JT17-247 device data representing both static and dynamic characteristics from GeneSiC. Parameter extraction was performed in IC-CAP and results include plots showing output characteristics, capacitance versus voltage (C-V), and switching characteristics for 25 °C, 125 °C, and 175 °C temperatures.
Brooks, Staci E., "Modeling and Simulation of 1700 V 8 A GeneSiC Superjunction Transistor" (2016). Theses and Dissertations. 1740.