Training

The motto of this training program is to turn-out you into a technically skilled and self sufficient professional for industry.

“All our courses are designed to meet the specific needs of the industry depending on the personal and organizational requirements and existing skillset”

VLSI Design today is the most happening field in Electronics. This is a highly specialized field that has the power of integrating billions of transistors on a Silicon Chip. VLSI comprises of Front End Design and Back End design. While front end design includes digital design using HDL, design verification through simulation and other verification techniques, the design from gates and design for testability, backend design comprises of CMOS library design and its characterization. It also covers the physical design and fault simulation.

The motive of VLSI TRAINING is to provide deep insight of VLSI design, advanced Verification using System Verilog and Methodologies, Physical Design and IC layout design which includes standard cell layout design and memory layout design.

Coursed offered in VLSI TRANING

ASIC DESIGN AND VERIFICATION (SYSTEM VERILOG)
Verification Methodologies: OVM and UVM
FPGA DESIGN USING VHDL
FPGA DESIGN USING VERILOG

LAYOUT DESIGN

PHYSICAL DESIGN

Asic Design and Verification :

Introduction to VLSI
ASIC design Flow
Digital Design concepts
HDL: Verilog
Synthesis coding style
Verification using Verilog
Introduction to SystemVerilog
Object Oriented Programming
Verification Planning and Management
Assertion Based Verification
Universal Verification Methodology UVM.
Scripting: Linux, Perl, TCL

Physical Design Course

Digital Design Concepts
Cmos fundamentals
Logical Synthesis
Static Timing Analysis
Floor planning
Power Planning
Placement and optimization
Clock tree synthesis
Post Cts optimization
Routing
Post route optimization
R C Extraction
Physical verification (DRC, LVS)
MCMM
Sign off (STA ,SIGNAL INTEGRITY, IR drop,EM)
ECO methodology
Low power techniques
Scripting: Linux, Perl, TCL

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

8051, ARM 7, ARM9, PIC, PSOC, Linux system programming, Device drivers, Embedded Linux

FPGA DESIGN

Introduction to VLSI
FPGA vs ASIC
Digital design
HDL: Verilog
Verification using Verilog
Introduction to Programmable Logic Devices
Study of PLD’s, CPLD’s
Introduction to FPGA
FGPA design flow
FPGA Architectures (Xilinx, Actel family )
FPGA Implementation (Board Level Explanation).