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II Digital Integrated Circuits
Design Bootcamp,
San José – 2024

May 6th – May 10th, 2024   
Every day from 8:45 am to 6:15 pm

Universidad Latina de Costa Rica
Sede San Pedro.

Integrated Circuits are at the heart of innovations that are changing the way people live and work. Self-driving cars. Machines that learn. Devices are getting smarter. Communication is getting faster and faster. Everything is connected, and chips are powering the new era of digital innovation.

Rapid changes in Integrated Circuits (IC) technology and constantly shrinking nodes demand new capabilities and skills to meet the contemporary requirements for IC design.

Synopsys Chile Innovation Center* and Universidad de Costa Rica** invite you, undergraduate and graduate students and academics, to participate in the Integrated Circuits Design Bootcamp San Jose, a new version of the previously called Integrated Circuit Design Summer School where you will attend master classes and laboratories accessing leading-edge software and plenary talks prepared to strengthen skills around the design and simulation of digital integrated circuits that are highly demanded in an increasingly more competitive and technologized market.

This bootcamp is a digital integrated circuit design course (synthesis flow, and place and route) where you will work on design and implementation of small common circuit blocks like differential pair and bias circuits.

Who should attend?

Undergraduate and graduate students and academics that meet the following requirements:

Basic semiconductor electronics knowledge.
Digital Systems knowledge.
Linux user.

Get ready for an immersive learning experience.

*Synopsys Chile opened in 2006 and is one of Synopsys Inc., most important Innovation centers the company has around the world and the only one in Latin America.

**Universidad Latina de Costa Rica, commonly called ULatina, is the largest private university in Costa Rica, with undergraduate and graduate programs in Business, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences, and Social Sciences. The university is accredited by the National Council of Higher Education (CONESUP).

In October of 2020 the Universidad Latina and Arizona State University formed a partnership creating ULatina/ASU Dual Degrees, as part of this partnership.

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