UCLA EE 116B - Lecture 1 (37 pages)

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School:
University of California, Los Angeles
Course:
Ee 116b - Parasitics and Interconnects

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Copyright 2002 Mani Srivastava VLSI Systems Design EE116B Winter 2002 Lecture 1 Mani Srivastava UCLA EE Department Room 7702 B Boelter Hall Email mbs ee ucla edu Tel 310 267 2098 WWW http www ee ucla edu mbs Copyright 2002 Mani Srivastava 2 Course Goals Main objective overview of various steps in digital CMOS VLSI design circuit logic and architecture issues design tools and techniques engineering issues for performance noise testability etc Approach lectures to present VLSI design concepts regular homework will test you on the concepts design assignments will expose you to CAD tool based VLSI design Copyright 2002 Mani Srivastava 3 You will NOT learn Device physics Semiconductor processing Fancy circuits Advanced logic Computer architecture Writing CAD tools Analog VLSI VLSI using technologies other than CMOS e g bipolar GaAs etc Copyright 2002 Mani Srivastava 4 Schedule Lectures Discussion supervised by TA TuTh 10 11 50AM Boelter 5422 Fr 12 12 50PM Boelter 5280 Laboratory supervised by TA We 12 3 50PM EIV 44 110 Copyright 2002 Mani Srivastava 5 More on Lab Sessions There will usually not be any formal lecturing in the labs The purpose is to have a period of time when you ve guaranteed access to computers for design assignments SEASnet labs are very crowded TA is present to supervise help you with the design assignment I can come and see everybody s progress and explain things Usually I will come for an hour at the beginning of every lab However the four hour lab sessions are not at all enough Coming to lab sessions is strongly encouraged be prepared for spending a LOT of time on design assignments outside the regular lab sessions 44 110 EIV is closed busy otherwise you will miss important assignment related announcements and fall behind very easily Ultimately you are responsible for timely submission Copyright 2002 Mani Srivastava 6 Course Staff Instructor Mani Srivastava Teaching Assistant Shalabh Gupta Email mbs ee ucla edu Tel 310 267 2098 Office 7702 B Boelter



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