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An increasing demand on qualified IC designers requires engineering schools to train more graduates with specialty in IC design. These newly trained graduates should not only have strong fundamentals, but also good analytical and practical skills. They should be able to quickly adapt to the commercial environment and require minimum training when hired by the design firms. A twosemester project-based mixed-signal IC design course using professional EDA tools is introduced and aimed to equip thedoi:10.1109/mse.2003.1205238 dblp:conf/mse/Xu03 fatcat:sawyjt7dkrhw3fuap45eylfzb4