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The EUROPRACTICE partners are pleased to offer training courses on selected EUROPRACTICE supported IC and MEMS design flows. The courses will examine a specific design flow and through a mixture of lecture and practical sessions will enable delegates to better understand the challenges and how to address these by appropriate use of design tools and design methodologies.

All practical sessions within these courses will use design tools that are available to EUROPRACTICE members through the EUROPRACTICE design tool service (software service) and will use IC technologies available from the EUROPRACTICE IC service (MPW service). The courses are provided by staff from the EUROPRACTICE partners, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, IMEC and Fraunhofer IIS. The courses will be held at the EUROPRACTICE partners dedicated training facilities in Didcot (UK), Leuven (Belgium) and Erlangen (Germany).

The training courses are open to Professors, Lecturers, Academic Staff and Postgraduate students from established academic sites who are either Academic or Research Laboratory members of EUROPRACTICE. The current course schedule is:

Training Training Training Training

Date   Course Title  

22-Jan-2018 for 5 days   Comprehensive Digital IC Implementation & Sign-Off
(Using Cadence tools) 

05-Feb-2018 for 3 days   Advanced Low Power Digital IC Implementation
(using Cadence designt tools and a 40nm GlobalFoundries technology) 

14-Feb-2018 for 3 days   Introduction to Technology CAD (TCAD)
(Using Synopsys Sentaurus Tools) 

19-Feb-2018 for 5 days   Introduction to Analogue and Mixed Signal IC Design
(using a multi-vendor flow with tools from Cadence, Synopsys and Mentor Graphics and UMC 65nm process) 

17-Apr-2018 for 4 days   Verilog and SystemVerilog for Design
 



EUROPRACTICE course bookings are administered by the Microelectronics Support Centre at STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. If you have a question about a course, or the booking process, then please email the Microelectronics Support Centre



STFC Home page   The EUROPRACTICE Software Service is managed by the Microelectronics Support Centre, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK.   You can contact the EUROPRACTICE Software Service by email: MicroelectronicsCentre@stfc.ac.uk