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Engineering

CONDUCTING EXPLORATORY RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL RUSSIAN-INDIAN-AMERICAN RESEARCH GROUP "NANOMODEL" FOR ADVANCED COMPUTER MODELING OF HIGHLY RELIABLE MICROELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WITH COMPLEX EXTERNAL EFFECTS
Shalumov A.S., Pershin E.O., Shalumov M.A., Shalumova N.A.
Actuality:

Integrated circuits composed of highly reliable microelectronic devices present in aviation, space, and other moving objects are subjected to intense thermal, mechanical, electromagnetic, and other effects. Because of this, dramatic decrease in reliability and failure can occur in the object (rocket, plane, etc.), which is always controlled by a specially designed microelectronic device. Currently, in order to achieve high reliability of electronic equipment during the design stage, a prototype is created and subjected to long, heterogeneous, and costly tests. During testing, it is difficult to accurately reproduce the complexity (simultaneity) of physically disparate impacts. The most common computer programs (ANSYS, COSMOSWorks, Nastran, Simulia, ELCUT, Pro/ENGINEER, Advanced Mechanica, etc.) used by companies across Russia are able to solve some problems in modeling of physical processes, but without regard to their influence on each other.

Active research team contacts of the academic school of modeling, information technology and automated systems (NS MITAS) of professor Shalumov, who in 2014 acquired the status of a state leading scientific schools NS-5574.2014.10 (Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Russian Federation President Grant for State Support of Leading Scientific Schools, 2014 year) in the field of knowledge "Military and special technology" with U.S. scientists (Silicon Valley - San Jose, San Diego, Calif.; Arizona State University, Intel), India (Bangalore known for its Research and Training Centre), Canada, and China have shown over the past 5 years that current unsolved problems in complex computer modeling of microelectronic equipment with simultaneous external effects can be resolved by the International Russian-Indian-American research group "NANOMODEL". This will create the necessary information technology of complex modeling, outpacing foreign research teams. This was confirmed during last trip in 2013 and 2014 with a general report on the results made by the head of the Research School Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences Shalumov A.S. at the International Conference (San Diego, USA), Arizona State University, and at a seminar at the University of Applied Sciences MSRUAS (Bangalore, India). Presented computer simulation program was highly valued by foreign experts as having no analogues abroad (with final reviews on hand). At the same time, discussions involved prospects in cooperation of complexities and concurrent increase of opportunities in reported computer programs by improving the accuracy of micro and nanoelectronic models incorporating latest advances in the field of nanoelectronics, photonics and renewable energy (suggested by research professor at Arizona State University, Anatoli Korkin) and by identifying parameters of new models (suggested by Sunder Ramasubbu, PhD - member of the Indian Academy of Sciences, founder and CEO of a leading US-Indian firm BiSS specializing in precision test and measurement, part of the holding company ITW, USA; he is a developer and supplier of equipment and services for mechanical testing of materials, components and structures, and a consultant for the U.S. Air Force in aircraft life extension).

Scientific novelty:

1. Carrying out scientific research with the goal of developing a fundamentally new theory of complex mathematical models with physical processes of different nature, which are responsible for new conditions of heat flow, mechanical, electromagnetic, and other processes in advanced electronic devices, which include "crystal systems", based on nano and microelements.

2. Implementation of development design principles, algorithms, and computer programs for creating automated systems in reliability of new generation electronic equipment (with application of nanostructures) operating in harsh environments.

3. Creation of an educational literature to train highly qualified personnel, capable of conducting research and design of microelectronic devices based on advanced computer simulation.

The study was conducted under a grant from the President of the Russian Federation for support of leading scientific schools № NSH-5574.2014.10, the grant of the President of the Russian Federation for state support of young Russian scientists № MK-5856.2014.10, the grant of the President of the Russian Federation for state support of young Russian scientists № MK -6648.2014.10

 



Bibliographic reference

Shalumov A.S., Pershin E.O., Shalumov M.A., Shalumova N.A. CONDUCTING EXPLORATORY RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL RUSSIAN-INDIAN-AMERICAN RESEARCH GROUP "NANOMODEL" FOR ADVANCED COMPUTER MODELING OF HIGHLY RELIABLE MICROELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WITH COMPLEX EXTERNAL EFFECTS. International Journal Of Applied And Fundamental Research. – 2014. – № 2 –
URL: www.science-sd.com/457-24629 (20.08.2019).