National Institute Of Technology,Kurukshetra

Achievements of SMDP-C2SD project

Under SMDP-C2SD Project, the following ASIC design and IP Cores have been successfully implemented:

S.No.

Objectives

FPGA / ASIC

1

AES-128 bit encryption-decryption IP Core

  • FPGA (Done)
  • ASIC (in progress)

2

A digitally controlled low dropout Voltage regulator to supply voltage of 1.0-1.2 V

  • ASIC

 

IEP Attended during 2015-18

 

Sr. No.

IEP  Topic

Date

No. of participants attended

Name of the Participants attended

1

“System Level Design on Platform FPGA’s” at IIT Delhi

7-9th Dec,

2015

1

Dr. Ashutosh Nandi,

Assistant Professor,

ECE, NIT Kurukshetra

2

“Analog, Mixed-Signal and RF System Design” at IIT Bombay

11-13th July 2016

1

Dr. R.K. Sharma,

Professor,

ECE, NIT Kurukshetra

3

2nd ZOPP Workshop of SMDP-C2SD project at  IIT Bombay

October 21-22, 2016

1

Dr. R.K. Sharma,

Professor,

ECE, NIT Kurukshetra

4

Introduction to Analog and Digital VLSI Design at IIT Guwahati

April , 10th to 14th 2017

1

Mr. Gaurav Saini

Assistant Professor

ECE, NIT Kurukshetra

 

EDA Tools Training Attended during 2015-18

 

S. No.

 Name of the faculty and designation

Area of training

Venue

Duration

1.

Mr. Gaurav Saini

Assistant Professor

Modeling, Simulation of Nano-Transistors

IIT Kanpur

 

13th  to 17th  February 2017

 

2.

Mr. Gaurav Saini

Assistant Professor

Cadence Tool Training Programme

PSG Coimbatore

 

 

23rd to 25th  January 2017

 

 

3.

Mr. Rahul Shandilya

 

Under SMDP

XILINX EDA Tool Training

Thaper University, Patiala

16th to 24th  January 2017

 

3.

Mr. Ashish Jasuja

Guest Faculty

Under SMDP-C2SD

XILINX EDA Tool Training

Thaper University, Patiala

16th to 24th  January 2017

 

4.

Mr. Jada Harshil

Research Associate

Under SMDP

Synopsys Tool Training workshop

NIT Jaipur

28th Nov. to 2nd  Dec. 2017

 

 

 

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