Information on participation in research internships and projects
Undergraduate and graduate students sometimes participate in the research
projects in my group. This is determined by the student's interest in the
project and his or her background in the area. Typically, a student should
have a very strong background in either
- VLSI Design: ability to design at the ESL, RTL, schematic and layout
levels; optimize for speed or power; use tools for synthesis using a standard
cell library, simulation (at circuit,
logic and RT levels), static timing analysis, power analysis, auto
place-and-route and signal integrity, or
- CAD Tools: ability to write software for computer-aided design, including
testing and verification, with an understanding of existing state-of-the-art
Unfortunately, we are unable to pay students for this experience, either
for their work, or for travel or living expenses.
-- Jacob Abraham.