Greetings to the efabless Design Community.
We have added 5 short courses by Professor Phil Allen on the efabless LEARN & PRACTICE portal. The courses are targeted for working professionals and advanced Analog Design engineering students.
CMOS Analog Circuit Design : Introduction
CMOS Analog Circuit Design : Modeling
CMOS Analog Circuit Design : Basic Circuits
CMOS Analog Circuit Design : Operational Amplifiers
CMOS Analog Circuit Design : Specialized Operational Amplifiers
Courses include Design Project targeted to X-FAB’s 0.35um technology. Students will be able to work on the design problem in efabless’s online design environment.
These courses are part of the complete set that covers various topics of CMOS Analog Circuit Design developed and narrated by Professor Phil Allen of Georgia Tech. Phil is co-author of the widely-known textbook “CMOS Analog Circuit Design, Phillip E. Allen and Douglas R. Holberg”.
We are excited to bring you these courses and hope to provide a new Analog Design learning experience. To sweeten the experience further, please use the coupon code START to get 50% discount during checkout. The coupon is valid only till 08/30/2016. Register below to get started.
About efabless LEARN AND PRACTICE platform
Through the learning portal, we provide our design community with a new flavor of Analog/Mixed-Signal IC Design courses where the learner can apply their learning through real design with a commercial foundry process technology through our online design toolbox.
The offered courses will be self-paced. As you progress through the course content, you will be able to answer specific quizzes for every lecture to help you gauge your attained theoretical knowledge.
The course offering also includes an optional achievement certificate upon the completion of the course and a successful development of specific circuit design projects. We will be providing further details on the design projects in follow up communications.
Please go ahead and try out the new learning experience and share your thoughts. We are very interested in listening to your comments and suggestions (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The efabless team