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This page contains information about the use of Cadence design tools in classes and research programs in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Missouri – Columbia. Learn more about Cadence University Software Programs.
The “SPB (PCB)” software category is used in various Electrical Engineering courses offered by the EECS Department, including:
- ECE 2100 – Circuit Theory I
- ECE 3810 – Circuit Theory II
- ECE 3840 – Electronic Circuits and Signals I
- ECE 3610 – Semiconductors and Devices
- ECE 3840 – Measurement and Instrumentation
- ECE 4610/7610 – CMOS Integrated Circuit Design
- ECE 4980 – Senior Capstone Design II
- ECE 4990 – Undergraduate Research in Electrical and Computer Engineering
- ECE 4995 – Undergraduate Honors Research in Electrical and Computer Engineering
The remaining software categories—i.e., Custom IC, SiP, Digital IC, and Verification—are currently used by researchers assigned to Dr. Syed Kamrul Islam’s Analog VLSI Mixed-Signal Device Lab (AV/DL) whose technical focus is Analog/Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits, Monolithic Sensors, and Semiconductor Devices.
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This webpage was last updated on August 21, 2019 by Olivia Cordray.