Department of Electrical Engineering
Cadence University Program Member
This page provides information only about the Cadence software used at our university.
Cadence custom IC tools are being used primarily in the following course:
ENGI 5131 Microelectronics: (graduate) Cadence tools are used for assignments and for the class project.
ENGI 0531 Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits: (undergraduate) Cadence tools are used for tutorials and the class project.
Cadence custom IC tools are/have been used in some research projects/graduate thesis including:
P. Luong, C. Christoffersen, C. Rossi-Aicardi and C. Dualibe, ``Nanopower, Sub-1 V, CMOS Voltage References with Digitally-Trimmable Temperature Coefficient,'' Vol. 64, No. 4, pp. 787-798, IEEE Transactions On Circuits And Systems I: Regular Papers, DOI: 10.1109/TCSI.2016.2632072
R. Song, C. Christoffersen, Samuel Pichardo, Laura Curiel , ``An integrated full-bridge Class-DE ultrasound transducer driver for HIFU applications,'' Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE NEWCAS Conference, Vancouver, June 2016, pp. 1-4. DOI: 10.1109/NEWCAS.2016.7604776
C. Christoffersen, W. Wong, S. Pichardo, G. Togtema and L. Curiel, ``Class-DE Ultrasound Transducer Driver for HIFU Therapy,'' IEEE Transactions On Biomedical Circuits And Systems, Vol. 10, No. 2, April 2016, pp. 375-382. DOI 10.1109/TBCAS.2015.2406119
“Sub-1 V, 4 nA CMOS Voltage References with Digitally-Trimmable Temperature Coefficient”, MSc Thesis by Peter Luong (2014). (Custom IC)
P. Luong, C. Christoffersen, C. Rossi-Aicardi and C. Dualibe, ``Sub-1 V, 4 nA CMOS Voltage References with Digitally-Trimmable Temperature Coefficient,'' Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE NEWCAS Conference, Trois Rivieres, June 2014, pp. 345-348. DOI: 10.1109/NEWCAS.2014.6934053
“An Integrated Ultrasound Transducer Driver for HIFU Applications”, MSc Thesis by Wai Wong (2013). (Custom IC)
W. Wong, C. Christoffersen, Samuel Pichardo, Laura Curiel , ``An Integrated Ultrasound Transducer Driver For HIFU Applications,'' Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, Regina, May 2013.
C. E. Christoffersen, G. Toombs and A. Manzak, ``An Ultra-Low Power CMOS PTAT Current Source,'' Proceeedings of the Argentine-Uruguay Conference on Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications, October 7-8 2010, Montevideo, Uruguay, pp. 35-40. (Custom IC)
“A DVS-Capable Ultra-Low Power CMOS Temperature Sensor”, MSc Thesis by Greg Toombs (2009). (Custom IC)
“Analysis of Crosstalk in Digital Circuits”, by Dr. K. Natarayan (2008).
“Multi-Time Analysis of CMOS Circuits”, MSc Thesis by Justin Chen (2008). (Custom IC)
“Analysis of a CMOS VCO using Wave Digital Filters”, MSc Thesis by Weibo Li (2007).
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Last updated : 12/5/2017
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