Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Cadence University Program Member

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is a member of Cadence Design Systems' university program.

Our engineering students use Cadence Design Systems tools for coursework and research.

Faculty Contact (Cadence IC Tools)
Dr. Mahbub Hossain
Tel: (320) 308-5319

System Administration Contact
Chris Fandel
Tel: (320) 308-6099

Cadence Tools in ECE Courses (Custom IC/Digital IC/Verification/SPB)

  • ECE201/202 - Circuit Analysis I/II
  • ECE314/316 – Digital/Analog Electronics
  • ECE461/462– Senior Design Project
  • ECE482/582/682 – Design of Integrated Circuits
  • ECE290/390/490 – Undergraduate Research in ECE
  • ECE299/399/499 – Independent Study in ECE
  • ECE681 – Advanced IC Design
  • ECE680 – Seminar (MSEE)
  • ECE696 - Research in Electrical Engineering
  • ECE699 – MS Thesis

Cadence Tools in Research (Custom IC/Digital IC/Verification/SPB)

Cadence software is used by ECE students and faculty to build/characterize custom analog, digital, RF and mixed-signal IC’s/circuit/system designs. Cadence software is also used in signal integrity research.


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