This intensive two week course equips participants with essential knowledge and hands-on experience in chip design, testing, and debugging. Through project-based learning it covers the fundamentals of chip design and testing, culminating in the fabrication of silicon chips. It is ideal for beginners seeking to develop hardware know-how.
No Prior Hardware Experience Required
We welcome participants with diverse backgrounds, as no prior experience with hardware is necessary to excel in this course.
Steve is the founder of Redwood EDA, a startup focused on next-generation digital circuit design and the democratization of semiconductor technologies. He is actively driving forward the Transaction-Level Verilog standard and provides the Makerchip online IDE for open-source semiconductor design.
Formerly, as an engineer with DEC, Compaq, and Intel, Steve designed components for Alpha, Itanium, and x86 server CPUs and network architectures. Steve holds a BS in electrical engineering summa cum laude from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MS in computer science from the University of Illinois.
DoD, Government or Government Affiliated employees only. Must register with your organizational email and will be notified within one week of course acceptance.
February 26, 2024 – March 8, 2024
Every business day from 8AM until 5PM
NHanced Semiconductors, 14590 Schonberger Drive, Odon, Indiana 47562
Any questions, please contact Susan Funk