GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE COURSE

Purpose: Advanced engineering courses are organized by MEAD Education in the framework of EuroTraining, during the summer period 2016. The invited lecturers are top experts in the field, currently working at leading European and American companies, research institutes and universities active in IC design. Courses will be taught in English. Each attendee will receive a certificate of attendance at the course.

Learning objectives: These courses are aimed at providing engineers with up-to-date information on important current issues of design in analog and mixed-mode integrated circuits. This year, the subjects proposed are particularly focused on Micro-Power, Transistor-level, PLLs, RF, Advanced CMOS, Ultra-Low Voltage, Power Management, as well as Cryptographic Engineering problems and solutions. In general, the content of the lectures covers introduction, state-of-the-art in the specific field and practical case studies. The intent is to give to the participants a broad coverage of hints and design methods to be applicable in practice.

Participant Profile: The prerequisite of the course is a basic knowledge of semiconductor devices and circuits. All levels of expertise (beginners, medium and advanced engineers) can benefit of this training. Also, company managers and marketing engineers may find useful information in the trends of modern techniques and applications presented in these classes.

Course Organization:

Administrative management: MEAD Education S.A.
Venoge 7, 1025 St-Sulpice, Switzerland
Organizers
Course Directors: Prof. Michel Declercq, EPFL
Prof. Maher Kayal, EPFL
Prof. Gabor Temes, Oregon State Univ., USA
Dr. Vlado Valence, MEAD Education
Administration: Caroline Huber, MEAD Education
education@mead.ch

Course Location: The courses will be held at the School of Engineering (Building EL-B, rooms ELA1 and ELA2: see EPFL Plan) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, (EPFL), Switzerland. Classroom numbers will be indicated at the information desk, building EL-B, before the course start.