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Electrical & Computer Engineering – University of Central Florida

Welcome to the Cadence page for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UCF. The products from Cadence provide the students with practical experience of high-level electrical engineering design and simulation. The program is used in both the classroom and to aid in University research projects.

Cadence products are used in the following UCF Research projects:

  • Senior Design PCB
  • Circuit simulation of electrostatic discharge (ESD) devices and circuits
  • Probabilistic Spin Logic for Low-Energy Boolean and Non-Boolean Computing
  • Energy-Aware Acquisition of Spectrally Sparse Signals Leveraging Spin-based Devices
  • Layout drawing for fabrication of test devices
  • CMOS design for high-throughput biosensors
  • Non-Volatile In-Memory Processing Unit: Memory, In-Memory Logic and Deep Neural Network
  • High-frequency CMOS circuits design for emerging wireless communications

Cadence products are used in the following classes:

  • EEL 5445: Terahertz Integrated Systems
  • EEL 6227: High Level Synthesis of VLSI Circuit
  • EEL 6354: Advanced Semiconductor Device
  • EEE 5378: CMOS IC Design
  • EEE 5323: Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits Design
  • EEL 6361: Emerging Device Computing Architectures

 

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This website is maintained by CECS Technical Department. Last updated 01/24/2020.
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