The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

Cadence® University Program Member

Welcome to the home page of the Cadence Users Group at Johns Hopkins University. This page contains information about the Cadence design tools extensively used in classes and research programs in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Hopkins. Students obtain practical experience in advanced electronics design using state-of-the-art CAD tools, computing and laboratory facilities, and access to the MOSIS foundry for prototyping of integrated circuits.


JHU Cadence Wiki:
http://etienne.ece.jhu.edu/cadence - Wiki for documenting the use and administration of Cadence at JHU


Useful Items:
Students of classes 520.491 and 520.492, please DO NOT print the manuals. Try to use the online manuals as far as possible
Research Projects:
Classes:

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Kevin Mazurek, k m a z u r e k a t j h u d o t e d u
Ndubuisi Ekekwe, n e k e k w e 1 at j h u d o t e d u
Andre Harrison, a h a r r i 6 8 at j h u d o t e d u
Mike Chi, y c h i 2 at j h u d o t e d u
Matt Clapp, m c l a p p at j h u dot e d u
Viktor Gruev, v g r u e v at e c e dot j h u dot e d u
Ralf Philipp, r p h i l i p p at j h u dot e d u

Last modified: March 31, 2014