School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Cadence

Cadence University Program Member

Official Liaison

Deuk Heo, Ph.D. / Professor

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-2752
Phone: (509) 335-1302
Fax: (509) 335-3818
Email: dheo@eecs.wsu.edu
Office: EME 225

Cadence Software

A wide variety of Cadence software is used in a number of courses and fields of study at Washington State
University. For clarity, we stress the software family is produced by Cadence, the software itself is not called
“Cadence.” Students will most commonly have an introduction to the Cadence family of software through
Cadence Virtuoso. Students seeking to make use of any available Cadence software within the EECS
computing systems should seek information from instructors of courses indicated below.

Key uses include:

• Custom IC design
• SiP
• Digital IC design
• Verification

Courses making use of this software include:

• EE311 – Electronics
• EE334 – Computer Architecture
• EE352 – Electrical Engineering Laboratory
• EE466 – VLSI Design
• EE524/CptS651 – Advanced Computer Architecture
• EE586 – VLSI System Design
• EE587 – SOC Design and Test
• EE571 – Advanced Wireless IC Design
• EE596 – Advanced Analog Circuits

INFORMATION IS PROVIDED ‘AS IS’ WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. NO STATEMENT IS MADE AND NO ATTEMPT HAS BEEN MADE TO EXAMINE THE INFORMATION, EITHER WITH RESPECT TO OPERABILITY, ORIGIN, AUTHORSHIP, OR OTHERWISE. PLEASE USE THIS INFORMATION AT YOUR OWN RISK. WE RECOMMEND USING IT ON A COPY OF YOUR DATA TO BE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT IT DOES UNDER YOUR CONDITIONS. KEEP YOUR MASTER INTACT UNTIL YOU ARE SATISFIED WITH THE USE OF THIS INFORMATION WITHIN YOUR ENVIRONMENT.

LAST UPDATED: 2016-12-06

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