If you an African institution, we can help you setup a world class microelectronics chip design lab. We will be using Cadence CAD platform under Europractice. The fee is $10,000 per school site. This excludes cost of your hardware. We will train your students and staff on the use of Cadence and all the processes involved in chip design from schematic entry, layout, extraction and tapeout, and finally the testing of the chip when fabricated.
To understand how to make a chip, read Integrated Circuit Design posted in our non-profit arm, African Institution of Technology.
Europractice is a quality brand name for European service-type projects in the Microelectronics, Microsystems and Photonics fields. Simply, this service helps schools and SMEs get into the business of designing and developing microchips. It is funded by the European Union and covers a wide range of FP6 and FP7 projects. For more about Europractice, read here. .
The following countries are our immediate focus in sub-Saharan Africa:
- South Africa
Cadence Design Systems, Inc is- an electronic design automation (EDA) software and engineering services company. For years it had been the largest company in the EDA industry producing software for designing chips and printed circuit boards.
To contact us for these services, email email@example.com or call our Owerri Design Center.