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• The CMOS Analog Circuit Design short course is now available on-line through Continuing Ed at Imperial College, London. Contact Steve Godfrey at stephen.godfrey@imperial.ac.uk.

• A new ESD on-line course is available that focuses on ESD from the viewpoint of an analog/mixed-signal designer.

www.udemy.com/esd-an-analog-design-viewpoint

• The CMOS Analog Circuit Design short course is also available with IC design projects via EDX at Efabless.

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  On-Line Lectures and Short Courses

Overview of Analog IC Design

This is a 12 lecture overview of analog integrated circuit design. It could be considered an overview of the 2010 lecture notes on the Short Course Resources page.

This course can be accessed at https://www.udemy.com/analog_ic_design_overview/

   
ESD - An Analog Design Viewpoint

This course is a 16 lecture detailed presentation of ESD protection from the viewpoint of an analog or mixed-signal IC designer. The course consists of 4 hours of lecture and 80 quiz questions that can be used to determine your understanding.

This course can be accessed at www.udemy.com/esd-an-analog-design-viewpoint.

   
CMOS Analog IC Design Short Course with Design Projects
   

Efabless (efabless.com) is a web-based resource for designing, simulating, fabricating and testing analog and mixed signal integrated circuits using CMOS technology. As part of their resources, they offer short courses and focused topics to help the designer become proficient.

The CMOS Analog IC Design Short Course is available through the EDX platform on Efabless. This course is unique in that self-grading design problems have been included for the student to experience the actual design and simulation. More information can be found by clicking the following link. CMOS_at_Efabless_with_Design_Projects

   
   
Vacuum Tube Amplifiers
 

Dr. Craig Hollabaugh and Dr. Allen are jointly developing an on-line presentation of the technology, analysis, and design of vacuum tube amplifiers. These lectures will be accompanied with laboratory exercises for the viewer to connect the theory with the actual paractice.

This course should be available early 2017.

 

 

 
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