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This is a very useful course for those hoping to make a career in the field of very large scale integration. This is a suitable course for those having strong fundamentals in electronics design. One should be mathematically strong and have an analytical mind to successfully analyze the complexities of semiconductor designs. Strong understanding of semiconductor physics, circuit analysis, Fourier series and Laplace transforms helps in making a strong base in semiconductor design. The course helps improve your skills in digital electronics design, FPGA architecture, RTL coding, test bench writing and in many more such areas. Designing VLSI chips are not an easy task and one need lots of creativity and hard work to pull it through. As per Moore’s law, every 18 months the circuitry of a chip increases by 4 times. This puts a lot of challenges on a design engineer to fulfill the expectations.
With rise in applications for VLSI design, the scope for getting employed in the field also rises proportionately. One gets to become a layout engineer, designing analog and digital circuits inside chips. As a test engineer, one can get into testing speed, noise and so on. Other options are, becoming a RF engineer designing RF amplifiers and antennas. A few other job profiles are software engineer, product application engineer, reliability engineer, front end verification engineer and many more. There are wide scopes for pursung a P.hD in this field for a rewarding research based career.
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