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Rashtreeya Sikshana Samithi Trust


(Autonomous Institution: Affiliated to VTU Belgaum)

PATRONS: Dr. M.K.Panduranga Setty, President, RSST. Sri. A.V.S.Murthy, Hon. Secretary, RSST. ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Dr. R. Bhatacharrya, Advisor, DST(SERI), HHV Blr, Adjt Prof: DTU, BSEU, & RVCE Prof. K.N. Raja Rao, Advisor Dr.S. Satyanarayana, Vice Principal Dr. S. Jagannathan, Professor, ECE Dr. Uttarakumari M.Professor&HOD, ECE Chairman: Dr. B.S. Satyanarayana, Prof in E&C & Principal Co-Chairperson Dr. Uma B.V.Professor, ECE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Dr. K. Sreelakshmi, Dept. of TCE Dr. Tribikram Gupta, Dept. of Physics Mr. K.Swamy, Dept of Instrumentation Tech

Rashtreeya Sikshana Samithi Trust

(Autonomous Institution Affiliated to VTU, Belgaum)

Bangalore - 560 059, Karnataka

A Six Day Workshop On


Modeling Of Large Area & Flexible Microelectronic Systems, Synthesis And Static Timing Analysis
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Modeling Of Large Area & Flexible Microelectronic Systems, Synthesis And Static Timing Analysis 28th Jan 2nd Feb 2013

Dr.B.V.Uma Mob No: 9845593646,080-67178139 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg R.V. College of Engineering. R V Vidyaniketan Post Mysore Road Bangalore 560059. Fax: 91-80-28600337 Ph: 67178042,043 Website:

Jointly Organized By
Departments of Electronics & Communication, Instrumentation, Telecommunication & Physics R.V.College of Engineering

Under TEQIP II Program

Dept. of Electronics& CommunicationEngg R.V.College of Engineering, Bangalore

R.V.College of Engineering (RVCE), Bengaluru, India, is one of India's premier technical institutes. Established in 1963, RVCE is celebrating its Golden Jublee this year. The college currently has about 5200 students and over 400 faculty and 250 supporting staff. RVCE currently offers 12 Bachelor& 22 Master programs (~annual intake of about 1750 students), and carries out research and consultancy activities in all the 15 departments, with provision for PhD Studies. RVCE has set a vision Leadership in Quality Technical Education, Research & Innovation, through Teamwork, with a focus on Development of Sustainable and Inclusive Technology. RVCE is an Autonomous Institution affiliated to Visweswaraya Technological University, Belgaum. The institute has been rated among the top 6 institutions in India for Industry-Academic Collaboration by the recent (Nov,2012) AICTE-CII-PWC survey. Over 22 companieshave invested in labs and facilitated course in the college. The facultyis actively involved in R & D activities (~ 100 projects) and consultancy in collaboration with public and private agencies with funding to tune ofover Rs 30 Crores.

The department was part of an intercollegiate team involved in developing and launching Indias First Pico Satellite. The department is also a part of an interdisciplinary team at RVCE, including Telecommunication, Instrumentation, Physics, Electrical, Chemical, Mechanical & Biotechnology in setting up Indias First fabrication facility for Large area & Flexible Microelectronics (Macroelectronics) & Vacuum Nanoelectronics among Engineering Colleges. E&C department also host labs from companies including Intel, Texas Instruments, NXP and Freescale Semiconductors.


Large Area and Flexible Microelectronics(LAFM)is the key enabler of all modern day ICT facilitating technologies including flat panel displays, touchscreens, photocopiers, scanners, printers, medical imaging systems for Xrays, and cameras. Flexible electronics deals with circuits developed using Thin Film Transistors (TFT).The International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) envisages that of the expected over $5 trillion growth in the semiconductor and electronics industry by 2030, based on the More Than More (MTM) paradigm, large area and flexible microelectronics is expected to be key enabler of all man-machine and machineenvironment related activities to the tune of $4 Trillion. Thus LAFM is predicted in future to be all pervading including healthcare, environmental monitoring, entertainment, display, human machine interactivity, energy conversion & management, storage, communication and wireless networks. Synthesis is a process by which an abstract level of specification is converted into a design implementation in terms of logic gates. Static Timing analysis is a procedure with which analysis of the timing parameters of the netlist are performed without the need for simulation. This involves delay calculations at various stages of the design cycle, such as synthesis, layout etc. The workshop hopes to combine conventional VLSI design aspects along with the key fundamental features of LAFM and give a brief overview of this emerging futuristic area of electronics. Especially showcasing, how with a little bit of effort, we could engage in truly advanced area of technology even in our own academic environment and develop novel devices and system such as System on Chip (SoC) and System in Package (SiP). Visit to some of the growth and characterization facilities in the campus related to LAFM. The workshop will be conducted by experts from Industry, R&D and Academia.


The faculty, research scholars and PG students interested in taking up research in emerging or futuristic areas of Electronics, would find this very useful. This includes people working broadly in Electronics& Communication, Electrical Engg, Telecommunication, Instrumentation, Solid State Electronics and Physics Depts, especially in Engineering Colleges.The minimum prerequisite is a basic knowledge of Electronic devices and Circuits and introduction to Integrated Circuits / VLSI.

Faculty: Rs 5000/ Industry : Rs. 8000/ PG Students : Rs. 2000/ (Seats Limited to 05) Last Date for Registration:21stJan2013 Seats Limited to 40 ( first come first serve) Demand Draft may be sent in favour of PRINCIPAL, RVCE-TEQIP payable at Bangalore. Registration Fee does not include accommodation charges

Dept.of Electronics & Communication Engg.

The Electronics & Communication Engineering department was established in the year 1972. The department offers a B.E. Program (intake of 180) and 2 M.Tech programs; one in VLSI Design & Embedded Systems, and the other in Communication Systems. The programs in the department are one of the most sought after programs under VTU. The Department is recognized as a research center by VTU.The department has many funded projects in various areas including Communication, Signal processing, VLSI, Large Area & Flexible Microelectronics, MEMS, Vacuum Nanoelectronics, Solar Cells, Sensors and Emerging Electronic Materials & Devices and Pico & Nano Satellites.

The topics covered in the workshop include:

Design of Thin film Transistors, Diodes, Solar cells, sensors and Hands-on training on modeling and characterization of TFT, sensors using Silvaco/TCAD tool. Various concepts of RTL Synthesis, STA and Hands-on training on Digital Synthesis Flow and Static Timing Analysis using Cadence tools.