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Cadence University Program Member
Cadence is a software company that provides a wide variety of software for high-end computer-aided design of electronic systems. The Cadence Custom IC package is being used in the following classes to teach design and analysis of ICs:
- CpE 5210: Introduction to VLSI Design - Development and analysis of simple VLSI structures; schematic capture, simulation, layout, DRC, parasitic extraction, LVS
- CpE 5220: Digital System Modeling - Digital system modeling for simulation, synthesis, and rapid system prototyping.
- CpE 6230: Advanced VLSI Design
- CpE 6220: VLSI Design Automation
Basic tutorials for using Cadence can be found at:
Questions? Contact Dr. Daryl Beetner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Updated January 2017