Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
a) Gain the ability to analyze, design, and implement VLSI Systems. Learn to apply modern skills, techniques, and engineering tools to create VLSI Circuits and Systems.
b) Understand the state of the art in the recent areas of research and to formulate problems from them and perform original work to contribute in the advancement of Microelectronics, MEMS and Nanotechnology.
c) To be able to adapt to the evolving technical challenges and changing career opportunities. Learn to effectively communicate ideas in oral, written, or graphical form and to promote collaboration with other members of engineering teams.
Program Outcomes (POs)
a) To obtain sound knowledge in the theory, principles and applications of VLSI Circuits and Systems.
b) Apply knowledge of VLSI Design Methods in the design and development of VLSI Systems.
c) Configure recent EDA tools, apply test conditions, and deploy and manage them.
d) Perform experiments on different CAD tools either obtained from external parties or developed in house and analyze the experimental results.
e) Design and implement projects given their specifications, within performance and cost constraints.
f) Identify, formulate and solve VLSI System Design problems and understand the project management issues.
g) Ability to understand the performance needs of interdisciplinary scientific and engineering disciplines and design and develop techniques for achieving these.
h) Acquire and understand new knowledge, use them to develop electronic products, and understand the importance of lifelong learning.
i) Ability to extend the state of art in some of the areas of interest and create new knowledge.
j) Communicate effectively in oral, written and graphical form.
k) Understand and formulate research problems and explore the current research being done.
l) Extend the state of art and explore new problems and solution techniques.