Electrónica

 

Dr. Joel Molina Reyes

Investigador Titular B
Investigador Nacional Nivel 1

Correo electrónico: jmolina@inaoep.mx

Extensión: 2105

 

Información Curricular:

Doctorado obtenido en: Tokyo Institute of Technology
Título de Tesis: “A Study on the Reliability of Metal Gate–La2O3 Thin Film Stacked Structures”

 

Maestría en Ciencias obtenida en: Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica. Óptica y Electrónica
Título de Tesis: “A Study of Dielectric–Silicon Structures and their Application to Ion Sensors ISFET–type”

 

Licenciatura obtenida en: Universidad Veracruzana
Título de Tesis: Exención por promedio académico.

 

Líneas de Investigación:

  • Gate stack engineering for advanced CMOS technology.
  • Microelectronics, Nanoelectronics.
  • Physics and technology of nanostructured electron devices.
  • Physics of carrier transport, conduction mechanisms and charge trapping in    advanced electron devices.
  • Physics, chemistry and engineering of solid-state interfaces.
  • Physical, chemical, electrical, thermal, magnetical and reliability characterization of materials and advanced electron devices (XPS, XRD, TEM, SEM, EDS, FTIR, AFM, EBSD, I-V, C-V, Reliability, etc).
  • Advanced integrated circuit fabrication technology (FEOL/BEOL) and processing of materials and devices.
  • Advanced transistor architectures: MOSFET, FinFET, DG-FET, Hall-FET, IGFET, TFT, etc.
  • Development of ultra-thin films for advanced logic, memory and sensing technologies.
  • Development of photocatalytic nanostructures for bacteria inactivation.
  • Development of photocatalytic nanostructures for gas sensing and simultaneous energy conversion/storage.
  • Design, fabrication and characterization of electronic materials for biological and medical applications.

 

Proyectos:

  • University of Texas at Dallas. "Gate Stack Engineering for the Next-Generation CMOS ". 2018-2019.
  • Singapore University of Technology and Design. "Nanoscale Characterization of High-k". 2016-2019.
  • CNyN-UNAM. "Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia (YSZ) for Application in Solid-State Batteries". 2017-2018.
  • CINVESTAV. “Thermodynamic Stability of HfO2 Films after Doping with Al2O3/ZrO2 by ALD”. 2014-2017.
  • UDLAP. "Field-Effect Devices for Sensing DNA Hybridizing Events". 2018-2019.
  • UDLAP. “Synthesis of Metal-Oxide Nanoparticles with Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity”. 2013-2018.
  • Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa. “Application of Stacked Ultra-Thin Films in Optometry”. 2018-2019.
  • Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. “Development of Integrated ISFET Sensors for pH Measurement in Water Samples Intended for Human Consumption”. 2014-2016.
  • Universidad Veracruzana. “Application of Integrated ISFET Sensors for Ruminal pH and Temperature Measurements in Local Cattle being Adapted to Climate Change”. 2014-2015.
  • CONACyT. "Fundamentals, Characterization and Application of ALD Materials". 2017. DADC2017/279695.
  • CONACyT. "Taller Nacional de MEMS con Aplicaciones en Ingeniería Biomédica". 2016-2018.
  • CONACyT. “Physical and Chemical Structure of Nanofilms to their Functional Properties”. CB2012/179304.
  • CONACyT. “ALD of High-k Materials and their Characterization for Nano-CMOS”. CB2009/135027.
  • CONACyT. “Electromagnetic Emission & Interference in Nanometer MOS IC Technology”. CB2008/100028.
  • CONACyT. “Structure of HfO2 Nano Thin-Films”. CB2007/080285.
  • Space Charge LLC. "Nanoscale Electrical Energy Storage and Microchip Fabrication". 2016-2017.
  • Team Technologies. “Design and Fabrication of Integrated RF Switches”. 2012-2016.
  • Freescale, Inc., “ISFETs with Integrated Membranes for Selective Ion Detection”. 2011-2012.
  • Freescale, Inc. “FET Devices for Biomedical Applications”. 2010-2012.
  • Intel. “High-k Gated MOS Devices for MOHOS-type NVM Devices”. 2010-2011.

 

Tesis Dirigidas Recientes: 

Doctorado:

  • Maria Alejandra Romero Morán, “Inactivation of Common Bacteria in Water Sources using Nanostructured Materials with Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity”. INAOE (2016-2019).IN PROCESS.
  • Héctor Manuel Uribe Vargas, “Modeling of the Carrier Transport Properties of Nanostructured Devices with Application to Advanced Logic and Memory Technologies”. INAOE (2018).
  • Erika Póndigo de Los Ángeles, “Modeling and Characterization of Multi-Directional Gate Current Components in Nano-Scaled MOSFETs”, co-directed with Dr. Edmundo Gutierrez. INAOE (2014).

 

Maestría:

  • Omar López, “A Study on FET Devices based on Schottky Barrier and Metal-Gate/high-k Stacked Thin-Films”. INAOE (2017).
  • Alba Arenas Hernandez, "Synthesis and Characterization of Titanium Dioxide Nanotubes". co-directed with Dr. Carlos Zuñiga. INAOE (2016).
  • Natiely Hernandez Sebastian, "Fabrication and Characterization of Microelectrodes on Flexible Substrates for Electrical Stimulation of the Cornea". co-directed with Dr. Wilfrido Calleja. INAOE (2015).
  • René Valderrama, “Characterization of Memristive Devices based on MIM Structures and Fabricated at Low Temperature”. INAOE (2013).
  • Berni Manolo Pérez, “Design, Fabrication and Electrochemical Characterization of ISCAP Sensing Integrated Devices for pH Sensing Applications”, co-directed with Dr. Alfonso Torres. INAOE (2013).
  • Erick Guerrero, “Conditioning Circuit Architectures for Chemical Sensors”, co-directed with Dr. Maria Teresa Sanz. INAOE (2012). 
  • Rafael Ortega, “HfO2 Nanoparticles as Charge Trapping Layer for Memory Devices”, co-directed with Dr. Alfonso Torres. INAOE (2012). 
  • Ana Luz Muñoz, “Spin-On-Glass as Gate Dielectric in MOS Devices and as a Matrix for Embedding HfO2-Nanoparticles”, co-directed with Dr. Alfonso Torres. INAOE (2010).

 

Publicaciones Recientes:

2018

 

2017

 

2016

 

2014

 

Libros:

 

Página Personal:

http://www-elec.inaoep.mx/~jmolina/

 

   

Última actualización:
18-06-2021 / 20:36 por: Liliana Perea Centeno

 

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