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Joint DFM/DFY-training of Munich University of Applied Sciences and MunEDA


Munich, Germany - Wednesday, July 14th, 2004

The Munich University of Applied Sciences MUAS, faculty for electrical engineering and information technology, as well as MunEDA are planning to offer a joint DFM/DFY-training for students for the next winter semester. The training will be part of a class "analog, mixed-signal and digital-IC-Design" for the masters degree in electrical engineering at MUAS. Students will learn about design methodology, analysis and optimization of integrated analog circuits on the basis of MunEDA-Tools WiCkeD with special focus on Design for Manufacturability (DFM) and Design for Yield (DFY).

Prof. Dr. Hans Leonhard Zapf, head of the faculty for electrical circuit technology: "We are going to enlarge our course offerings in tight cooperation with MunEDA in fields of processes for automatic analysis and optimization for analog circuits from next winter semester. On the one hand, students will be familiarized with the theoretical basics like Monte-Carlo and Worst Case Analysis, on the other hand they will attend tutorials where circuit examples using MunEDA Software Tools WiCkeD will be given. This way students will be trained with modern concepts of design methodology and industrial standardized procedures which now are "state of the art"."

Dr. Frank Schenkel, Vice President R&D, MunEDA: "Supporting the faculty for electronic circuit design with our tool WiCkeD as well as delivering practical exercise examples pushes the cooperation with the FH Munich substantially. Furthermore, we are intending to widen this cooperation by several joint research activities."

About Munich University for Applied Sciences MUAS
Having more than 11,000 students, the FH Munich is the largest in Bavaria and one of the largest universities for applied sciences throughout Germany. With more than 30 courses and 14 faculties, the MUAS offers a broad variety in fields of education and research for both national and international students. For further information: www.ee.fhm.edu.


About MunEDA
MunEDA develops and licenses EDA tools and solutions that analyze, model, optimize and verify the performance, robustness and yield of analog, mixed-signal and digital circuits. Leading semiconductor companies rely on MunEDA's WiCkeD' tool suite - the industry's most comprehensive range of advanced circuit analysis solutions - to reduce circuit design time and achieve maximum yield in their communications, computer, memory, automotive and consumer electronics designs. Founded in 2001, MunEDA is headquartered in Munich, Germany, with offices in Cupertino, California, USA (MunEDA Inc.), and leading EDA distributors in the U.S., Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Scandinavia, and other countries worldwide. For more information, please visit MunEDA at www.muneda.com/contacts.php.