Advancing Manufacturing Technology

Wafer/Panel Level Package Flowability and Warpage


Project Leader:
Renn Chan Ooi, Intel


Project Co-Leader: Tanja Braun, Fraunhofer IZM
 

 

Sign up by April 14, 2018

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Statement of Work and Project Statement

Background

Wafer Level Packaging (WLP) and the movement to Panel Level Packaging (PLP) have gained industry attention as more cost-effective packaging technology for certain applications.  In both cases the molding poses technical challenges in terms of understanding the optimum mold compound behavior in terms of flowability and warpage aspects, so as to limit process failure. The increased size adaptation (wafer size above Φ300mm or panel larger than 300mm x 300mm) expands the assembly molding challenges even further. Better understanding the flowability fundamentals of mold compound and its impacts on quality and potentially warpage of the wafer/panel for subsequent processes is needed.

Project Purpose

Mold flowability impacts the quality and potentially warpage of the wafer/panel for subsequent processes. Through the study, this project will:
  • Identify key processing factors that impact flowability
  • Establish factors from flowability that impact warpage
  • Identify other material factors that impact post mold warpage
to achieve higher yield in flow and warpage control for mold first WLP/PLP assembly processes.

Presentation

Steps for Joining the Project

The signup for this project is due by April 14, 2018. This project looks forward to the participation of epoxy mold compound manufacturers, component suppliers, molding tool manufacturers, mold flow simulation software companies, thermos-mechanical warpage simulation software companies, PCB fabricators, OSATS, foundries, and manufacturing research institutes.
Please note: iNEMI membership is required to participate in this project sign-up.  Steps for joining the project follow.

For iNEMI members:

  • Complete and sign the project statement agreement
  • Fax the completed statement(s) to +1 (703) 834-2735 or scan and email to infohelp@inemi.org.
For non-members:

Further Information

Haley Fu
haley.fu@inemi.org