University of California, San Diego, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Cadence University Program Member
Welcome to the Cadence Users Group at University of California, San Diego. This webpage contains information about Cadence Design Tools used in various classes and for state-of-the art research projects at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Cadence products used in the courses and research labs at UCSD:
- ADE L, ADE XL, ADE GXL
- Custom IC
- Digital IC
Directed by Prof. Andrew B. Kahng, performs research in the areas of advanced digital IC implementation listed at https://vlsicad.ucsd.edu/Research/overview.html
Group Members: https://vlsicad.ucsd.edu/AboutUs/index.html
Prof. Tzu-Chien Hsueh lab: Integrated Communication Circuits Lab
High-Speed Integrated Silicon-Photonic Transceivers for Broadband Electrical and Optical Communication Systems
Group Members: Ruoman Yang, Yisu Cang, Ziyuan Ning
The Energy-Efficient Microsystems Lab @ UCSD, led by Prof. Patrick Mercier, endeavors to imagine, create, prototype, and test systems for applications that can only
be realized through extreme miniaturization of electronic devices. Since batteries nearly always limit system size, miniaturization requires either innovation in energy
efficiency, or in ways to increase the energy available to the system. Applications targeted include biomedical electronics and ubiquitous computing/sensing.
Group members: http://efficiency.ucsd.edu/people/
Directed by Prof. Drew Hall, performs research in the areas of biosensors, bioelectronics, and instrumentation. Projects can be found on our website.
Group members: http://bioee.ucsd.edu/group-members/
Cadence is used in the following courses:
ECE 203: Biomedical Integrated Circuits and Systems
ECE 164: Analog Inegrated Circuit Design
ECE 165: Digital Integrated Circuit Design
ECE 260A: VLSI Digital System Algorithms and Architectures
ECE 260B: VLSI Integrated Circuits and Systems Design
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Maintained by: Enrique Alvarez-Fontecilla UCSD/ECE, last updated: 5/20/2020
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