Cadence University Program Member

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Dr. Steve Chiu
Associate Professor
Cadence Research Effort Lead

The Electrical Engineering Program at Idaho State University is a Cadence University Program Member.

Cadence software is used in several classes at Idaho State University.

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Courses

EE g432 - Introduction to VLSI Design

Photolithography, CMOS fabrication, MOSFET operation, CMOS passive elements, design rules and layout, CAD tools for IC design, inverters, static logic and transmission gates, dynamic logic.

Dr. Vitit Kantabutra, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering Department
Dr. Anish Sebastian, Visiting Assistant Professor

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EE g433 - Mixed Signal Design

Analog IC design. Passive components, parasitic elements, component matching, IC layout techniques, amplifiers, current sources, comparators, op amps, noise, switched capacitor circuits. Including lab work using design tools.

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Facilities

VLSI/CAD Laboratory

This laboratory provides students the capabilities to simulate and design Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuits with state-of-the-art Cadence* tools. The laboratory supports both undergraduate and graduate studies as well as research work in circuit design and simulations. Students at ISU use Cadence* design tools in the courses, such as EE g432 Introduction to VLSI Design, EEg433 Mixed Signal Design.

The laboratory is maintained with the support from Rambus and Cadence Design Systems, Inc. The Electrical Engineering Program at Idaho State University is a Cadence University Program Member.

Cadence is a registered trademark of Cadence Design Systems, Inc., 2655 Seely Avenue, San Jose, CA 95134

Last modified: Thursday, 13-Oct-2016 10:14:44 MDT

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