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Cadence Tools in EECS Courses
Cadence software is used by the following courses:
- CS141 – Computer
- CS148/248 – Design
of VLSI Circuits and Systems
- Verilog, synthesis,
place & route, etc.
- Transistor-level datapath
and memory design and simulation
- ES154 –
Electronic Devices & Circuits
- ES271r –
Topics in Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits
Design of high-speed links (2006)
Impact of variability on circuits and systems (2007)
Digital PLLs (2008)
Circuit design strategies for the brain of a micro air vehicle (2009)
Frontier challenges for CMOS and beyond (2011)
Beyond CMOS devices, circuits, and architectures (2014)
- ES272 –
RF & High-Speed Integrated Circuits
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:
Circuitry of the “brain” and power electronics of a flapping-wing micro air vehicle (robotic bee)
- Integrated power management and clock generation in a self-timed processor
- SoC for flight control and visual navigation, combining an ARM Cortex M0 core with memory and a serial interface
- On-chip switching regulators for fast, per-core DVFS
Communication between cores in separate voltage domains under flexible voltage stacking
Deep Neural Network accelerator design
Efficient power delivery via voltage stacking and on-chip symmetric ladder
switched-capacitor regulator for current balancing
Low-voltage memory designs for embedded systems application
Development of a CMOS mixed-signal chip to interface with biological neurons,
to facilitate research on neuronal activity by enabling direct recording and stimulation of neurons in live tissue.
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