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Investigation of local registration performance of IMS Nanofabrication’s Multi-Beam Mask Writer
Author(s): Daniel Chalom; Jan Klikovits; David Geist; Peter Hudek; Stefan Eder-Kapl; Mehdi Daneshpanah; Frank Laske; Stefan Eyring; Klaus-Dieter Roeth
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Paper Abstract

Reticles for manufacturing upcoming 10nm and 7nm Logic devices will become very complex, no matter whether 193nm water immersion lithography will continue as main stream production path or EUV lithography will be able to take over volume production of critical layers for the 7nm node. The economic manufacturing of future masks for 193i, EUV and imprint lithography with further increasing complexity drives the need for multi-beam mask writing as this technology can overcome the influence of complexity on write time of today’s common variable shape beam writers. Local registration of the multi-beam array is a critical component which greatly differs from variable shape beam systems. In this paper we would like to present the local registration performance of the IMS Multi-Beam Mask Writer system and the metrology tools that enable the characterization optimization.

Paper Details

Date Published: 9 July 2015
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 9658, Photomask Japan 2015: Photomask and Next-Generation Lithography Mask Technology XXII, 965805 (9 July 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2196388
Show Author Affiliations
Daniel Chalom, IMS Nanofabrication AG (Austria)
Jan Klikovits, IMS Nanofabrication AG (Austria)
David Geist, IMS Nanofabrication AG (Austria)
Peter Hudek, IMS Nanofabrication AG (Austria)
Stefan Eder-Kapl, IMS Nanofabrication AG (Austria)
Mehdi Daneshpanah, KLA-Tencor Inc. (United States)
Frank Laske, KLA-Tencor GmbH (Germany)
Stefan Eyring, KLA-Tencor GmbH (Germany)
Klaus-Dieter Roeth, KLA-Tencor GmbH (Germany)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9658:
Photomask Japan 2015: Photomask and Next-Generation Lithography Mask Technology XXII
Nobuyuki Yoshioka, Editor(s)

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