VLSI Design Lab
Welcome to the home page of the Cadence Users Group at University of Massachusetts Lowell. This page contains information about the Cadence design tools used extensively in classes in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UMass Lowell. Students obtain practical experience in advanced electronics design using state-of-the-art CAD tools, computing and laboratory facilities for prototyping of integrated circuits.
- 16.502 VLSI Design
- 16.427/16.527 Advanced VLSI Design Techniques
- 16.602 VHDL/Verilog Synthesis and Design
- 16.711 Fundamentals of VLSI Test and Design for Testability
HP Proliant DL360 which runs on Ubuntu 12.04.2
Host ID: 78:E7:D1:F6:F8:44
Professors for VLSI Design
, Professor. Expertise: physical electronics, semiconductor materials & devices, VLSI fabrication & testing
, Professor. Expertise: Digital and mixed signal VLSI design and testing
Systems Analyst and Staff Engineer
Dana Drury , Engineer, Contact for website information
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This page was updated 3/13/2015