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Work in progress — Development of an integrated circuits course that includes the full experience of designing an ASIC in a CMOS process

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9 Author(s)
Lipovetzky, J. ; Univ. of Buenos aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina ; De La Plaza, A. ; Inza, M.G. ; Lutenberg, A.
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This work presents the development and first experiences in a course of design of digital and analog integrated circuits using a CMOS process in a country and university which do not have strong traditions on microelectronics. During the first two months of the course, lectures are given on specific topics, leaving the last months to work on a design project proposed by the students themselves, which is fabricated. The course ends when students characterize the functionality of their circuits.

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Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2011

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12-15 Oct. 2011