Steckbrief

Lecturer

Prof. Miloš Krstić

Dr. Steffen Zeidler

Anselm Breitenreiter

Type of Lecture

Lecture (2 SWS)

Labs (2 SWS)

Target Group3rd Semester
AffiliationTechnical Computer Science
PrerequisitesGrundlagen der Technischen Informatik or Informationsverarbeitung
Language

German (Lecture)

English (Slides)

ExaminationOral Exam
Points6 LP

Chip Design

The base for designing digital chips is a basic understanding of various circuit concepts and design methods. In this context, the lecture shall introduce the concept of synchronous and asynchronous designs. Based on this, the design flow of integrated circuits as ASIC and FPGA is examplarly shown. The goal of the lecture is the extension of the students' understanding designing hardware and to provide an overview of implementing chips.

Agenda:

  • Introduction to VLSI design
  • Prinziples of hardware design
  • VHDL for logic synthesis
  • Design methods for asynchronous logic
  • ASIC design flow (logic synthesis, layout, verification)
  • FPGA design
  • Fertigung und Test eines Chips

The lecture includes practical examples and requires an active collaboration of the students. The course will enable the students to design their own chip, which will be fabricated at IHP. By this, the students will get an insight into the fabrication process. Finally, the students will be able to test their chips.

Steckbrief

Lecturer

Prof. Miloš Krstić

Dr. Steffen Zeidler

Anselm Breitenreiter

Type of Lecture

Lecture (2 SWS)

Labs (2 SWS)

Target Group3rd Semester
AffiliationTechnical Computer Science
PrerequisitesGrundlagen der Technischen Informatik or Informationsverarbeitung
Language

German (Lecture)

English (Slides)

ExaminationOral Exam
Points6 LP

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