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TSEK11 - Utvärdering av integrerade kretsar

Period 1
Credits: 2 HP

News

13 Sept. 2016 Website updated for the 2016 course.
16 Sept. 2015 Website updated for the 2015 course.
17 Oct. 2014 The chip photos for chip 1 are available.
11 Aug. 2014 Website updated for the 2014 course.
25 Sep. 2013 The chip photos are available.
6 Sep. 2013 Website updated for the 2013 course.

Course Description

This course is a follow-up to TSEK06 VLSI Design Project and gives the students a possibility to test and evaluate their chip designs.

Required Background

The student must have attended TSEK06 VLSI Design Project and sent a chip for fabrication.

Examination

The only grades given are fail and pass. These will be based on both the evaluation effort and a written report that describes the evaluation and the outcome of it. Also a short presentation of the measurment is required.

The report should be handed in to the supervisors by the end of the course. The exact date will be posted on this page later.

Staff

  • Instructor
    Atila Alvandpour, Professor
    Electronic Devices, Department of Electrical Engineering (ISY)
    Office 3D:523, B-huset
    Tel: 013-285818
    E-mail: atila@isy.liu.se
  • Head Teaching Assistant
    Martin Nielsen-Lönn, Ph.D. Student
    Electronic Devices, Department of Electrical Engineering (ISY)
    Office 3D:535, B-huset
    E-mail: martin.nielsen.lonn@liu.se

Chip photos

Chip 1 - group 1, 2, 4, 5 Chip 1 - group 1, 2, 4, 5

PCB information

You can find the PCB schematic and layout under course material here on the website or in the folder /site/edu/eks/TSEK11/2016/pub/ on ISY servers.

Schematic

Layout

Mead Lab Bookings

The Mead lab will be used for soldering of your printed circuit board (PCB) as well as the actual measurement of your chip.

Each day consists of two time slots, morning (8-12) and afternoon (13-17). This is done to make it easier to fit in your schedules, but for efficiency reasons, you will probably want to book complete days if possible. Each group is allowed to book two complete days, ie. four slots. Aim to finish during those. Should there be need for more time after that, we will discuss it at that point in time.

The procedure to book a slot is to first find times where the group and the supervisor are available; then check for the availability of those times in the table below; and finally send an e-mail to the head TA with a booking request for those slots.

Slots Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Week 38 19/9 20/9 21/9 22/9 23/9
8-12 Available Available Available Available Available
13-17 Available Available Available Available Available
Week 39 26/9 27/9 28/9 29/9 30/9
8-12 Available Available Available Available Available
13-17 Available Available Available Available Available
Week 40 3/10 4/10 5/10 6/10 7/10
8-12 Group 2 Available Available Group 5 Available
13-17 Group 2 Available Available Available Available
Week 41 10/10 11/10 12/10 13/10 14/10
8-12 Group 2 Available Available Available Available
13-17 Group 2 Available Group 5 Group 5 Available
Week 42 17/10 18/10 19/10 20/10 21/10
8-12 Available Group 4 Group 3 Group 3 Group 4
13-17 Available Group 4 Group 3 Group 3 Group 4
Week 43 24/10 25/10 26/10 27/10 28/10
8-12 Available Available Available Available Available
13-17 Available Available Available Available Available
Week 44 31/10 1/11 2/11 3/11 4/11
8-12 Available Available Available Available Available
13-17 Available Available Available Available Available
Week 45 7/11 8/11 9/11 10/11 11/11
8-12 Available Available Available Group 3 Available
13-17 Group 5 Available Available Available Available

Informationsansvarig: Martin Nielsen-Lönn
Senast uppdaterad: 2016-09-13