Syllabus - EL 5473 Introduction to VLSI Design Spring 2010...

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EL 5473 Introduction to VLSI Design Spring 2010 This course will cover CMOS processing technology, basic device fundamentals, logic design, static/dynamic circuit design, performance and power estimation, clocking strategies, I/O structures, datapath, memory, and control logic design. Advanced VLSI CAD tools will be used for schematic creation, layout generation, timing analysis, performance and energy evaluation, and function verification. Instructor: Hai (Helen) LI Email: [email protected] Phone: 718-260-3371 Office: Dibner Building 260 (LC260) Teaching Assistants: Chao Zhang [email protected] Yi-Chung Chen [email protected] Hui Wang [email protected] Schedule: Lecture: Tuesday, 1 ~ 3:40pm Lab A: Monday, 1 ~ 3pm (Chao) Lab B: Tuesday, 4 ~ 6pm (Yi-Chung) Lab C: Wednesday, 6 ~ 8pm, (Hui) * Labs in Dibner building 011 (LC011) Office Hours: Professor Li: Thursday, 2 ~ 3:30pm (LC260) Chao Zhang: Tuesday, 6 ~ 8pm (LC128) Yi-Chung Chen: Friday, 2 ~ 4pm (LC128) Hui Wang: Monday, 3 ~ 5pm (LC011) Required Text Book: David Harris, CMOS VLSI: A Circuits and Systems Perspective , 3 rd
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