New and improved electronic interconnection materials
Switching from fossil fuels to electricity as a source of energy is key for decarbonising the economy. However, rapid electrification in multiple sectors requires improved reliability in electronics and one way to achieve this is the use of novel electronic interconnection materials. The EU-funded SuperSolders project will design advanced electronic interconnection materials. These materials will help overcome current bottlenecks by offering low process-temperature, high-reliability solder that increase energy efficiency and can be 3D integrated into consumer electronics. Other key features include the ability to endure harsher environments and new die-attach materials that allow the use of wide-bandgap power semiconductors.