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I need help with preparing VLSI course outline

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VLSI course outline

Dear All!

I have to teach an undergrad course on VLSI design for first time. VLSI is a very big field and now i am confused where my course should focus. There are no particular guideline available from University. Kindly help me in course devlopment that is : Circuit layout or Digital Integrated circuits or Analog or FPGA or a mixture of all this? what should be course outline and textbook, reference books? what EDA tools should be used. Kindly help !


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Re: VLSI course outline

Junaid Alam said:
Dear All!

I have to teach an undergrad course on VLSI design for first time. VLSI is a very big field and now i am confused where my course should focus. There are no particular guideline available from University. Kindly help me in course devlopment that is : Circuit layout or Digital Integrated circuits or Analog or FPGA or a mixture of all this? what should be course outline and textbook, reference books? what EDA tools should be used. Kindly help !


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Junaid
Hi,
Several universities (in US, India etc.) put their course details online. A quick search revealed:

https://www.cpe.ku.ac.th/~pom/courses/204574/other.html

You need to choose the area of focus - for a 3 credit course, for an under grad, I recommend you keep it broader than deeper. i.e. cover as many areas of VLSI as possible than going deep into one area (that will be a M.S/M.Tech VLSI course).

Good Luck
Ajeetha
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