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From: "Peter Chard"
Subject: Analog Integrated Circuit Design
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 15:03:10 +0100
Organization: Imperial College
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Low Noise Low Power Analog Integrated Circuit Design
at Imperial College London. 11/11 - 13/11/02
May I bring to your attention to a highly successful three-day course on
'Low-Noise Low Power Analog Integrated Circuit Design' that is to be run
from the 13th - 15th of November this year at Imperial College London. This
course will be presented by Professor Willy Sansen from the University of
Leuven, Belgium, who is widely known and respected in the analog design
community for his research, text books and teaching.
The purpose of this course is to acquire an in-depth knowledge on the design
of analog integrated circuits that need to combine low power with low noise
whilst interfacing with digital sub-blocks.
The course will:
(a) Highlight the application, use and advantages of CMOS and BiCMOS
technology in the design of advanced low noise analog integrated circuits,
(b) Provide a state-of-the-art review of the principle concepts and
techniques required to implement these in CMOS & BiCMOS designs, and
(c) Explain issues to be addressed in designing low noise circuits.
As part of the course, and as a way to help understand the issues involved
in realising CMOS/BiCMOS designs, participants will have the opportunity to
undertake worked examples of specific designs.
The course has been developed for engineers who need to improve their
ability to design circuits using CMOS/BiCMOS technology and it is expected
that participants will have some familiarity with analog circuit design.
Professor Sansen has presented this course on several occasions, and with
great success, as part of the College's Professional Development Programme.
The brochure and registration form can seen at
Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information
(email@example.com, Tel: +44 (0)20 7594 6884).
We look forward to welcoming you to Imperial College.
Centre for Continuing Education
Imperial College London
Sherfield Building, Room 318
Exhibition Road, LONDON, SW7 2AZ
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7594 6884
Fax: +44 (0)20 7594 6883
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