Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Cadence University Program Partner

Cadence University Program: The University of Toledo is a Cadence University Program Member. Cadence circuit simulation and design software is particularly used to support the following teaching and research activities in Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the college of engineering.

Cadence Products being used:
  • Custom IC
  • Digital IC
  • Verification 
Courses in which Cadence Products are used:
Undergraduate Courses
  • EECS 3220: Electric Circuits II
  • EECS 4130: Digital Design
Graduate Courses
  • Testing of Digital/VLSI Systems
  • Field Programmable Gate Arrays
  • Hardware Security and Trust
  • Projects related to Physical Unclonable Functions for Hardware Oriented Security mapped on FPGAs and Testing of Digital/VLSI circuits.
  • Cadence products are being used for design entry, circuit simulation, timing and delay measurements, testing BIST circuitry on FPGAs, and frequency related measurements for PUFs in the above listed courses and projects.
Faculty Contact: Niamat, Mohammed, Ph.D. - Professor 
                            Phone: (419) 530-8172 
                            Email: mohammed.niamat@utoledo.edu
Last Updated: 6/30/19