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Mark E. Mason

Director for Design Data Integration

Texas Instruments Incorporated

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Texas Instruments Incorporated

12500 TI Boulevard

Dallas, Texas,75243

United States

Company Description

Texas Instruments semiconductor innovations help 80,000 customers unlock the possibilities of the world as it could be - smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more fun. Our commitment to building a better future is ingrained in everything we do - from the res...more

Background Information

Employment History


Builder Solutions Inc




Wiley & Associates Inc

LANSA Consultant and Salesman and Manager and Recruiter

Largest VL


Si2 Inc

Board Member

Silicon Integration Initiative Inc

Board Member


Resolution Enhancement Technology Manager and Senior Member of Staff



Computer Science

University of Central Florida

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037 - Mark Mason - Helping People Profitably | Starve the Doubts

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037 - Mark Mason - Helping People Profitably
Mark Mason is the Host of the Late Night Internet Marketing Podcast where he helps his the listeners get started in the internet marketing world by building their business one night at a time. Another interesting thing about Mark is that he does a great job with Latenightinternetmarketing.com while also balancing a successful career with his day job as the Director of Design Data Integration at Texas Instruments. Starve the Doubts: Interview with Mark Mason - Helping People Profitably | Podcast Take AwaysPodcast Take Awayson February 12, 2014 at 8:00 am [...] STARVE037 - Mark Mason - Helping People Profitably [...] Search this Site

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They are Hidetoshi Onodera of Kyoto University, Asen Asenov of University of Glasgow, Michihiro Kanno of Sony Corporation, Mark Mason of Texas Instruments, Inc.


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Mark Mason
Allen, TX 75013 * (214) 267-8595 * mark at masonworld.com


"Synopsys phase-shift technology allows us to tightly control lithography resolution and enhance yields on our high-performance chips," said Mark Mason, resolution enhancement technology manager, Texas Instruments.
"We are excited to see the increasing momentum of the DFMC," says Mark Mason, director for Design Data Integration at Texas Instruments. "TI has already taped out several circuits using OpenDFM rules and we are seeing return on our investment in the OpenDFM standard in the form of interoperability and reuse. TI reports that they are planning to use OpenDFM's DRC standard as the baseline for several of their production flows. "We are currently moving our entire 28 nm Wireless platform DRC infrastructure to the OpenDFM standard, and plan to use it at 20 nm as well," Mason said. "OpenDFM is already paying off for TI and the addition of DRC+ capabilities is very exciting. http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20111020005541/en/Si2-Ann. "Si2 Releases OpenDFM 1.0 Physical Verification Standard,"MCADCafe, November 9, 2010 At a recent conference in Santa Clara, Mark Mason, Director of Design Data Integration for Texas Instruments, commented that Texas Instruments has demonstrated coverage, performance and accuracy of OpenDFM 1.0, working with all major EDA vendors. No loss of performance versus native code was observed, and all vendors passed the OpenDFM test cases developed by TI and contributed to Si2. He also stated that he believed OpenDFM 1.0 is verified, and that TI intends to implement it into production as soon as possible. For details on his comments, see this link: http://www.si2.org/events_dir/2010/confall10/7.pdf Mark Mason,"DFM EDA Technology: A Lithographic Perspective", 2007 Symposium on VLSI Technology Digest of Technical Papers http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=04339739 Mark Mason, RET manager at Texas Instruments, told attendees that "DFM is no longer just a nice thing to have. First-pass success is expected. http://micromagazine.fabtech.org/archive/05/10/industrynews-lead.html Mark Terry; Gary Zhang; George Lu; Simon Chang; Tom Aton; Robert Soper; Mark Mason; Shane Best; Bill Dostalik; Stefan Hunsche; Jiang Wei Li; Rongchun Zhou; Mu Feng; Jim Burdorf "Process window and interlayer aware OPC for the 32-nm node," Proc. of SPIE Vol. Sean O'Brien, Robert Soper, Shane Best, Mark Mason, "Rules Based Process Window OPC," Proc. of SPIE Vol. "Synopsys' mask synthesis solutions offer the critical dimension accuracy and near-linear scalability that we require to meet the complex data processing needs for our advanced 65nm and 45nm technology," said Mark Mason, TI's resolution enhancement technology manager, in a statement issued by Synopsys. http://www.eetasia.com/ART_8800368629_480200_NT_33f13b4c.HTM "Eventually, increasing design complexity will no longer be supported by traditional geometric rules," said Mark Mason, reticle enhancement technology (RET) manager at Texas Instruments Inc. "A model-based, design rule checks solution will be required. www.isqed.org/English/Archives/2005/EETIMES4-ISQED05.doc Mark Mason, "Mask rule standards: A baby step for DfM," Solid State Technology, Volume 15, Issue 2 http://www.electroiq.com/articles/mlw/print/volume-15/issue-2/featured/mask-rule-standards-a-baby-step-for-dfm.html Mark Mason, "The real cost of RETs," Solid State Technology,Volume 12, Issue 2 http://www.electroiq.com/articles/mlw/print/volume-12/issue-2/featured/the-real-cost-of-rets.html

Invitation from the Chairs | Advanced Lithography | SPIE

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