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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

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 Cadence University Program


Cadence Tools in EECS Courses

Cadence software is used by the following courses:


Cadence Tools in Research

Cadence software is used by EECS students and faculty at Harvard to build custom RF, analog, digital, and mixed-signal IC’s. Some projects currently being prepared for tapeout or awaiting silicon:


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Questions about this page? Please contact guyeon@eecs.harvard.edu.  This page was last updated April 11, 2018.