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Cadence Academic Network

The Ca­dence Aca­de­mic Net­work was laun­ched in 2007 by Ca­dence EMEA. The aim is to pro­mo­te the pro­li­fe­ra­ti­on of lea­ding-edge tech­no­lo­gies and me­tho­do­lo­gies at uni­ver­si­ties re­now­ned for their en­gi­nee­ring and de­sign ex­cel­lence. A know­ledge net­work among selec­ted uni­ver­si­ties, re­se­arch in­sti­tu­tes, in­dus­try ad­vi­sors and Ca­dence was es­ta­blis­hed to fa­ci­li­ta­te the sharing of tech­no­lo­gy ex­per­ti­se in the areas of ve­ri­fi­ca­ti­on, de­sign and im­ple­men­ta­ti­on of micro­elec­tro­nic sys­tems. The Ca­dence Aca­de­mic Net­work, the­re­fo­re, si­gni­fi­cant­ly sup­port and im­pro­ve the uni­ver­si­ties ac­tivi­ties.

The Academic Network became an integral part of CDNLive! where universities and industry members are offered a knowledge exchange platform in order to demonstrate scientific achievements, present ideas and establish further collaborations.

The Cadence Academic Network manages a page for discussion and opportunities on LinkedIn, and information can also be found on the Cadence Academic Network webpage. On LinkedIn, the groups are moderated by the lead institutions of the Academic Network ensuring a constant flow of reviewed information relevant to academia.

Activities

The Institute of Microelectronics has hosted the Tensilica Day several times. These events focuses on processors with application-specific instruction set (ASIP) for academic research and industrial use.

Education

At the Institute of Microelectronic Systems, Cadence products are used in these classes and educational projects, including:

Research

Cadence products are also used in various research projects, including:


Ca­dence is a re­gis­te­red trade­mark of Ca­dence De­sign Sys­tems, Inc., 2655 Seely Ave­nue, San Jose, CA 95134.