TitleIsy Hass notes on Micrologic diffused isolation
Biographical NotesIsy Haas was born in Istanbul, Turkey in 1934. He graduated with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Robert College (now Boğaziçi University), Turkey's leading public university, and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Solid State Physics from Princeton University (1957). Haas joined Remington Rand Univac in Philadelphia as a circuit design engineer on the Univac computer family. He joined the Device Evaluation group under Vic Grinich at Fairchild Semiconductor in 1957. From 1959-1961 he worked closely with L. Kattner on the development of process technology for the Micrologic planar integrated circuit family. In 1961 he joined Jay Last at Amelco, a division of Teledyne. Haas left Teledyne in 1968 and started IC Design, a design service provider. He worked at General Instrument, located in Chandler, Arizona, on MOS research from1978 to 1980.
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Extent1 volume (unpaged)
DescriptionPages from Isy Haas lab notebook referring to the developement of the diffused isolation process for the production version of the first Micrologic flip-flop. Donated by Isy Haas. 5 scanned pages.
Collection TitleInformation Technology Corporate Histories Collection
PublicationsThe author contributed to the following conference papers during his service at Fairchild:
Beeson, R. H., Haas, I. and Grinich, V. H., Thermal response of transistors in the avalanche mode. National Electronics Conference, 1959-10-12-1959-10-14. (Reprinted as Fairchild TP-6)
Grinich, V. and Haas, I., Application of p-n-π-n triode switches. 1959 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical Papers, vol. II (1959): 52-53.
Grinich, V. H. and Haas, I., p-n-π-n triode switching applications. IRE Transactions on Electronic Computers, vol. EC-8, iss. 2 (1959): 108-113.
Norman, R., Last, J. and Haas, I., Solid-state micrologic elements. 1960 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference: Digest of Technical Papers, vol. III (1960): 82-83 (Reprinted as Fairchild TP-7).