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VLSI and Embedded Systems Design Techniques are the main pillar of most of the present research, industrial and commercial activities in Electronics Engineering. This training program focuses on specific design techniques using VLSI Design Tools & Software. It also focuses on embedded system techniques such as Microcontroller Programming & Circuit Building.

The main objective of this Training Program are as follows:

  • To expose the participants to various modelling, simulation and design techniques, applied to contemporary problems in the field of VLSI Design and Embedded Systems.
  • To train the Engineer s and faculty member s with latest software and hardware.
  • To provide a forum to exchange and stimulate new ideas.

Topics To Be Covered

  • Basics of  Electronics
  • Practical understanding of all major electronic Component.
  • Working with Resistance, Diode, capacitor, LED, ZENER, Transistor, Basic  ICs 
  • Introduction to Sensors
    • What is Sensor?
    • Various Basic Industrial Sensors-IR- Analog Sensor
    • IR Digital Sensor
    • Color IR_TSOP Sensor
    • Light Sensor
    • Sound Sensor
    • DTMF Module
    • Selection of Sensor
    • Basic working Technique of Sensor
    • Application of Sensor
    • How to Interface Sensor
    • How to Design Analog/Digital Sensors
  • Introduction about Actuators
  • Introduction about Circuit Building
    • Analysing Circuit Diagram
    • Circuit Building & Testing on Breadboard.
    • Project 1: Automatic Water Tank Alert
    • Project 2: Fire Alarm Project
  • Introduction to Computational Devices
    • What is Computational Device?
    • Transistor
    • Logic Gates
    • Microprocessor
    • Microcontroller
    • Difference B/W Various Computational Devices
    • Application of various Computational Devices
    • Selection of Computational Device
    • How to use Various Computation Device?
    • Work on AVR Family with Mega Series (ATmega328P)
  • Embedded System design 
  • Introduction to micro controller 
  • What is a micro controller? What’s inside it?
  • Difference between Microcontroller & Microprocessor.
  • What makes it an embedded system? 
  • What are the different families of microcontroller, its derivatives and its applications in industrial projects?
  • Application of Embedded System
  • Why AVR is the most widely used micro controller family?
  • Introduction about Arduino
  • Starting with embedded systems
  • AVR Microcontroller Programming
  • Arduino jargon and terms
  • Arduino Basics
  • Arduino Architecture
  • Arduino board layout. What are the resources available
  • Programming fundamentals ( C language )
  • Project 3: Simple LED Program
  • Project 4: LED Blinking
  • Project 5: RGB Interfacing & Traffic Light Control
  • Project 6: IR Sensor, DC Motor Interfacing & Automated Door Opening System
  • Project 7: Controlling Direction of Motor (Forward, Reverse )
  • Project 8: LCD Interfacing
  • Project 9: Interfacing Bluetooth Module
  • Project 10: Control Electronics Devices using Android Smartphone & Arduino
  • Project 11: Voice Controlled Home Automation System.
  • Project 12: Gesture Controlled Home Automation.
  • Project 13: Creating own Android App for Home Automation
  • Project 14: Interfacing 7 Segment Display
  • Project 15: Interfacing Keypad with Arduino
  • Project 16: Interfacing Analog Sensor
  • Project 17: Interfacing Temperature & Humidity Sensor
  • Project 18: Interfacing Keypad/Buzzer/Sensor etc
    • Introduction to VLSI
      • Introduction to SSI,LSI,VLSI
      • Introduction of Discreet Component and IC.
      • Electronics Design
      • Advantage of IC
      • Why VLSI?
      • Why silicon?
      • Fabrication Step
    • Introduction Of Digital Electronics
      • Combinational Logic Circuit
      • Adders
      • Subtractor
      • Mux/Demux
      • Encoder/Decoder
      • Parity checker/generator
      • Sequential Logic Circuit
      • Flip Flops
      • Latchs
      • Counters
      • Register
    • Introduction to HDL's(VERILOG)
      • Introduction of HDL(Verilog)
      • Why HDL
      • Design Methodologies
      • Introduction to Verilog and Basic Concept
      • Data Types
      • Verilog Design Flow
      • Syntax – Some General Rules
      • Libraries and Packages
      • Modules and Port
      • Gate-Level Modeling
      • DataFlow Modeling
      • Task and Function
    • Advance Verilog
      • Timing and Delays
      • Switch-Level Modeling
      • User-Defined Primitives
      • Logic Synthesis with Verilog HDL
      • Advanced Verification Techniques
    • CMOS Introduction
      • Introduction of MOS Transistors
      • CMOS Logic
      • MOS Inverters: Switching Characteristic and Interconnect Effect
    • CMOS Layout Design
      • Introduction of Layout
      • Introduction of Fabrication of Mosfets
      • Designing Layout of
      • CMOS Inverter
      • CMOS NAND
      • CMOS NOR
      • CMOS XOR
    • FPGA                                         
      • Introduction to FPGA
      • Porgrammable Logic
      • Programmable I/O
      • FPGA Architectures
      • Logic Block
      • Programming Methodology
      • FPGA Design Flow
    • VLSI Projects & Lab Sessions
    • Project 19: AND ,OR ,NOR,XOR,NOT Gate
    • Project 20: HALF Adder
    • Project 21: FULL Adder
    • Project 22: Half Subtractor
    • Project 23: Full subtractor
    • Project 24: Encoder
    • Project 25: MUX
    • Project 26: Decoder
    • Project 27: D Flip Flop
    • Project 28: T Flip Flop
    • Project 29: JK Flip Flop
    • Project 30: Up counter
    • Project 31: Down counter
    • Project 32: Up and down counter
    • Project 33: Ripple counter
    • Project 34: Ring counter
    • Project 35:Shift Register
    • Project 36:Traffic Light Controller
    • Project 37: FIFO memory
    • Project 38: 16-bit single-cycle MIPS processor
    • Project 39: 16-bit RISC Processor
    • Project 40: N-bit Adder Design
    • Project 41: Sequence Detector using Moore FSM
    • Project 42: load a text file into FPGA using Verilog HDL
    • Project 43: Carry-Look-Ahead Multiplier
    • Project 44: Divider on FPGA
    • Project 45: Full Adder Design on FPGA using Verilog
    • Project 46: ALU on FPGA
    • Project 47: Designing Layout of
    • Project 48: CMOS Inverter
    • Project 49: CMOS NAND
    • Project 50: CMOS NOR
    • Project 60: CMOS XOR 

Eligibility For Applying : Any college can  opt for this program. Students/Faculties from B.E./B.Tech/M.Tech. with the below mentioned academic requirements are preferable. If You wish to associate with us and want to organise this training at your institute then, Please read the request guidelines and process it accordingly:

  • Engineering College/Institution should have a seminar room/lecture hall of seating capacity of (Minimum capacity of 40 seats.)
  • A good Quality LCD Projector enough to maintain comfort ability.
  • Public Addressing System (1 Cordless MICs.)
  • Power backup and 220V AC power Points.
  • Hospitality for our visiting delegation during training program.
  • Wifi Connectivity for participants & trainer.

Certification Policy:

  • Certificate of Merit for all the workshop participants from Innovians Technologies.
  • Certificate of Coordination for the coordinators of the campus workshops

Duration: 2 Weeks (5 Days a Week) - The duration of this workshop will be two consecutive weeks, with 6-7 hour session each day.

Fees: Rs. 5000/- per participant  (Min 40 Participants). 

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