University of British Columbia, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 
Cadence University Program Member


This page provides information only about the Cadence software used at our university.

Remember: Cadence is the name of a company – students do not “learn Cadence”,  they learn about Cadence products.


Value Added Items:

  • Custum IC
  • Digital IC
  • Verification

Training and Tutorials

Cadence tools in our curriculum

Cadence software is being used primarily in the following course(s)

Undergraduate:  Custom IC, Digital IC, Verification

  • Introduction to VLSI design
  • Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits
  • Integrated Circuits for High-Speed Data Links

Graduate:  Custom IC, Digital IC, Verification

  • VLSI Testing and Verification course
  • Analog and Mix-signal design course
  • Integrated Circuits for High-Speed Data Links
  • Integrated Circuits for Phase-Locked Loops
  • CMOS Design for Silicon Photonics Applications

Cadence tools in our research

Cadence software is being used in many research projects including:

  • Design and Test explorations
  • Analog and Mix-signal design issues
  • Deep Submicron design issues
  • System On a Chip


Disclaimer :
This is not a “Cadence Homepage”.
This page contains only Cadence-related information

Information is provided “as is” without warranty or guarantee of any kind. No statement is made and no attempt has been made to examine the information, either with respect to operability, origin, authorship, or otherwise. Please use this information at your own risk and any attempt to use this information is at your own risk we recommend using it on a copy of your data to be sure you understand what it does and under your conditions. Keep your master intact until you are personally satisfied with the use of this information within your environment.


Page maintained by: [Roozbeh Mehrabadi]

Last updated : 27/Feb/2019.

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