Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit (IC) by combining thousands of transistors into a single chip. In other words, an IC has many transistors on one chip, while VLSI has very many transistors on one chip. A modern VLSI chip is a complex beast with billions of transistors, millions of logic gates deployed for computation and control.
- Digital Circuit Basics
- Number System and Conversions
- Combinational Circuit and Sequential Circuit Design
- Boolean Expression Minimization
- Writing Test Bench
- Switch, Gate level, Data flow, Structural, Behavioral modeling
- Looping statements and Conditional statements
- Design compilation, Elaboration and Simulation
- ALU Design
- Combinational & Sequential Circuit Design
- User Defined Premitives
- Combinational & Sequential UDP
All electrical, electronics and IT hardware design students and those who aspire to become digital system designers. A graduation in the respective fields is preferable.
Students can get jobs at companies manufacturing semiconductors, electronic products and IT hardware like motherboard chipsets, network interface controllers, integrated circuits, flash memory, graphics chips, embedded processors. Some of the job titles are: Silicon Architecture Engineer, Digital Design Engineer, IC Design Engineer, Component Design Engineer, Hardware Design Engineer and VLSI Engineer.
We offer IC Designing training in following VLSI Softwares: