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Cadence University Program Member - Rice University

This page is dedicated to the Cadence design tools widely used in our hardware design courses.

Course Listing:

Elec 332 - Electronic Systems: Principles and Practice - SPB (PCB)
Elec 422 - VLSI Systems Design - Custom IC, SiP, Digital IC, Verification
Elec 424 - Mobile and Embedded Systems - SPB (PCB)
Elec 427 - Advanced Digital Hardware Design - Custom IC, SiP, Digital IC, Verification
Elec 490 - Electrical Engineering Independent Design Projects - SPB (PCB)
Elec 494 - Electrical Engineering Senior Design Projects - SPB (PCB)
Elec 516 - Analog Circuit Design - Custom IC, SiP, Digital IC, Verification
Elec 517 - Architecting Algorithms - Custom IC, SiP, Digital IC, Verification
Elec 522 - Advanced VLSI Design - Custom IC, SiP, Digital IC, Verification

Cadence Tools Tutorials:
Cadence IC Design Flow Tutorial

Cadence PCB Layout with Allegro

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Rice University Contact: Joseph Cavallaro (713-348-4719).

Last updated 8/1/2016.