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VLSI Projects Electrical and Computer Engineering
 

Summary: VLSI Projects
Adnan Aziz
Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin
1 Introduction
Your task in this project is to use the skills you have been acquiring through the lectures and labs to design a fairly
sophisticated module--an intellectual property (IP) core.
The purpose of the project is threefold:
1. It is worth a large fraction of your grade (but this should be the least important item);
2. working on this project should be training on how to go about approaching a design project; and
3. the project should yield results:
experimental results on the efficacy of proposed VLSI architectures, and
suggestions for improving these architectures.
Projects can be done individually, or in groups of 23; naturally, I will expect more from group projects.
2 Timeline
I do not want a student going off on a tangent, only to learn at the end of the semester that this happened. On the other
hand, I don't want to stifle creativity by monitoring things too closely. Most of all, I do not want rush jobs, where
everything is crammed into a few days at the end of the semester. You need time to develop these projects.
Project selection: You should make a decision as to the projects you are interested in working on and turn in hardcopy
in my office of your specifications document and a timeline by Friday, 10.27.07, 11:59am.

  

Source: Aziz, Adnan - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at Austin

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences