Who is this class for: You should be taking this course if (1) you are interested in building VLSI design tools; (2) you are interested in designing VLSI chips, and you want to know why the tools do what they do; (3) you just like cool algorithms, that work on big cool problems that involve bits, and gates, and geometry, and graphs, and matrices, and time, etc.


Created by:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Rob A. Rutenbar

    Taught by:  Rob A. Rutenbar, Adjunct Professor

    Department of Computer Science
LevelIntermediate
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 22 ratings

Very interesting information. You will appreciate CAD tools very much after this course.

Really Enjoyed taking the course. The course gives interesting insights about how various EDA tools work and algorithms that make it possible.

It's a great course! It made me understand the concepts of boolean network optimisation and the different data structures we can possibly use to implement the same. High quality lectures, easy weekly assignments and pretty difficult Honors assignments! Happy to have spent 5 weeks of my free time in something interesting.

Best course till now