IIIT-Delhi inaugurated the 2nd edition of the 5-weeks intensive online Employability Enhancement Program, VLSI ReVisited Summer School at 9:30 am on Today, 7th June 2021. The summer school will continue until 9th July 2021 and is being technically co-organized by IEEE Circuits And Systems Society and Control Systems Society (IEEE CASS-CSS), Delhi chapter. Professor Ranjan Bose, Director, IIIT-Delhi, gave the inaugural address.
Professor Bose welcomed the faculty and students from more than 6 IITs, 5 IIITs, 13 NITs, prestigious government colleges like DTU (Delhi Technical University), PEC (Punjab Engineering College), JMI (Jamia Milia Islamia), Jadavpur University, IGDTUW (Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women), and numerous private engineering colleges like BITS Pilani, Manipal institute of technology, and JIIT among others that have enrolled in the summer school.
This year’s cohort of more than 170 students also includes international students from Malaysia. The 5-week Summer School will cover a wide range of VLSI subjects, viz., Digital Circuit Design, Analog Circuit Design, Mixed Signal Design, Computer Architecture, and Digital System Design. The subjects will be taught by reputed faculty from IIIT Delhi and IIT Delhi. There will be weekly assessments and the top performers of every week will be awarded.
Cadence, a leading EDA and Intelligent System Design provider is offering its suite of tools via free temporary licenses for the duration of the program. So, the students will get to perform their lab work on industry-standard tools.
During the Inaugural ceremony, Prof. Bose said while addressing “I congratualte all the organizers to put together this will, as I revisited this is definitely the need for the hour and as the participants will see, we have an excellent set of teachers who the participants will be interacting with. They bring in a lot of experience varied experience and i’m sure you the paticipants will benefit from their wisdom,VLSI ReVisited Summer school is a great opportunity to offer much-needed industry exposure to the students in a safe and nurturing learning environment.”