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4 March 2019 Advances on large-scale integration CMOS compatible hybrid III-V/Si laser on 200mm platform (Conference Presentation)
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Hybrid III-V/Si laser integration on silicon photonic platform has been demonstrated several time using III-V direct bonding on top of patterned silicon [1-3]. Most of these former works have been achieved using small wafer diameter III-V fabrication line for post bonding process steps. The expected low-cost added value of silicon photonics cannot be sustained with such integration scheme. More recently, we present III-V laser integration with a CMOS compatible process using wafer to wafer bonding and 1 level of contact [4]. In this paper, we present the technological progresses on a 200mm fully CMOS compatible hybrid III-V/Si laser technology. We introduced an improved backend of line for hybrid lasers with 2 interconnection levels, W-plugs and fully planarized process offering a state of the art access resistance and a homogeneous current density distribution over the gain material. Second, in order to optimize the use of the costly III-V material and enable the laser large scale integration on silicon we present fabrication process with die to wafer molecular bonding with high bonding yield at wafer scale. These process features will be detailed and the impact of laser performances will be presented. Finally, the scalability towards 300mm for the overall platform will be discussed.
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Bertrand Szelag, Karim Hassan, Philippe Rodriguez, Laetitia Adelmini, Pierre Brianceau, Elisa Vermande, Antoine Schembri, Marie Christine Roure, Christophe Jany, Brigitte Montmayeul, and Loic Sanchez "Advances on large-scale integration CMOS compatible hybrid III-V/Si laser on 200mm platform (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 10922, Smart Photonic and Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits XXI, 109221O (4 March 2019);

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