The field of designing analog integrated circuits is a demanding one; the training is rigorous and there are many challenges a designer can face on a daily basis. In this video, research leaders in the industry and university professors explain how to prepare for a career in designing analog integrated circuits and hot to sharpen your edge after you graduate. They discuss topics covering chip fabrication and testing, modeling, the benefits of receiving knowledge about a lot of different system functions, and the importance of teamwork. They offer advice on being a part of a peer-review committee to extend the education process, and what to expect to learn even after you graduate.
Research leaders in the industry and university professors explain the challenges that can be faced when training students in how to design analog integrated circuits. This video sits down with those research leaders to discuss how to prepare for a career in designing analog integrated circuits and how to sharpen your edge after you receive your degree.