Dr. Andrew Labun, P.Eng., Founder and CEO

  • B.A.Sc. Engineering Physics, 1985 (British Columbia); Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, 1991 (Alberta)
  • 1992 - 1999: Interconnect manufacturing process modelling at Digital Equipment Corp. and Intel.
  • 1999 - 2005: Interconnect temperature, reliability, and process variation modelling at Compaq/HP and Intel.
  • 2005 - 2010: Associate Professor at UBC School of Engineering.
  • 2010 - present: Trajectory Design Automation Founder.

Selected Papers

  • Andrew Labun and Karan Jagjitkumar, Rapid, Detailed Temperature Estimation for Highly Coupled IC Interconnect, IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems 27, 1840-1851 (2008).

  • Andrew Labun, Rapid Method to Account for Process Variation in Full-Chip Capacitance Extraction, IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems 23, 941-951 (2004).

  • Andrew Labun and James Jensen, One-Dimensional Estimation of Interconnect Temperatures, International Integrated Reliability Workshop, Lake Tahoe, 2002 (IRW 2002 Final Report, 155-158).
  • Arpan P. Mahorowala, Herbert Sawin, Richard Jones, and Andrew H. Labun, An Experimental Characterization of Polysilicon Profiles Using High Density Plasma Etching with Cl2 and HBr, J. Vacuum Science and Technology B 20, 1055-1063 (2002).
  • T. S. Cale, T. P. Merchant, L. J. Borucki, and Andrew Labun, Topography Simulation for the Virtual Wafer Fab, Thin Solid Films 365 152-175 (2000).

  • Andrew Labun, Harry K. Moffat, Timothy S. Cale, Mechanistic feature-scale profile simulation of SiO2 LPCVD by TEOS pyrolysis, J. Vacuum Science and Technology B 18, 267-278 (2000).

  • A. C. Westerheim, Andrew Labun, J. H. Dubash, J. C. Arnold, H. H. Sawin, and V. Yu-Wang, Substrate bias effects in high-aspect-ratio SiO2 contact etching using an ICP reactor, J. Vacuum Science and Technology A 13, 853-858 (1995).

  • Andrew Labun, Profile Simulation of Electron Cyclotron Resonance Planarization of Inter-Level Dielectric, J. Vacuum Science and Technology B 12, 3138-3144 (1994).


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