A Cadence University Program Member

The University at Albany's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is a Cadence University Program member. The department gratefully acknowledges the generous support of Cadence Design Systems through their University Program for providing EDA tools used in classes and several ongoing research efforts. This page only contains information about Cadence products and does not include information on any other vendor's products.

Courses using Cadence Tools

CEN 280 Introduction to Circuits: Students use PSpice for circuit simulation – SPB (PCB)

CEN 380 Introduction to Electronics: Students use PSpice for circuit simulation – SPB (PCB)

CEN 480/520 Introduction to VLSI: Students begin to learn how to design integrated circuits using Cadence tools – Custom IC

CEN 421/521 Digital ASIC Design: Students design more complex integrated circuits using Cadence tools – Custom IC, Digital IC

CEN 440 Design Lab I: Some students use circuit simulation and PCB layout tools for their design projects – SPB (PCB)

CEN 450 Design Lab II: Some students use circuit simulation and PCB layout tools for their design projects – SPB (PCB)

Research using Cadence Tools

Electrical Impedance Tomography: Developing and instrument to image the body using electrical currents. Circuit simulation and PCB board design – SPB (PCB)

Analog/RF IC Design for Signal Processing: Exploiting the digital signal processing capabilities of scaled process technologies to mitigate challenges in modern RF/analog circuits. Prototype circuits for communications – Custom IC, SiP, Digital IC, Verification

This site is maintained by Daphne Jorgensen, djorgensen@albany.edu.
Last updated December 20th, 2018.

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