Stephane Hubac Retired From STMicroelectronics

Stephane Hubac

Stephane Hubac Retired From STMicroelectronics Manufacturing Science Fellow

I have worked in the semiconductor industry since receiving my engineering degree in physics from the Manufacturing Science Fellow (Advanced Process & Equipment Control & Knowledge Management) on transversal projects at STMicroelectronics. I am currently Chairman of the ST France Technical College Board of fellow. Associated with Grenoble University as a visiting Professor on process control and plasma physics. Special interests include R&D on DFM methods, yield enhancement, productivity, and process control. ST representative @ "Industrial Club" of Grenoble INP University and @ Grenoble IMEP-2 doctorate school. Since 1981, I have worked in many disciplines within the semiconductor industry including memory device design, manufacturing, process & equipment engineering in lithography, dry etching and dielectric deposition, process control, and Quality methods implementation in Manufacturing & R&D. I have joined 300mm CR2 Alliance (Freescale, NxP, ST) in the initial phase of the project as a project manager; responsible for the selection of 300mm plasma etching & dry stripping equipment, then manufacturing and R&D ramp-up has an AREA Manager (Etch, Strip, APC programs). I have been the leader of the CR2 Alliance APC project, ISOTS audit supervisor for Fab qualification, and Process Control Area manager in the Crolles 2 Alliance 300mm R&D facility at Crolles, France. In previous years, I have been involved in ENIAC European Project IMPROVE (WP3: Predictive Maintenance), and INTEGRATE (WP5: data Analysis & Yield). Stéphane Hubac holds an engineering degree in physics from the Marseille Physics National University (Central Marseille)