Office of Research

Center for the Design of Analog-Digital Integrated Circuits (CDADIC)


The mission of the Center for the Design of Analog-Digital Integrated Circuits (CDADIC) is to integrate the needs of diverse faculty and diverse students into engineering education.

Core Services Offered

Circuit Design: Developing new mixed-mode circuit designs for high-precision, low-voltage, high-speed, etc. applications.
Modeling/Simulation: Constructing accurate computer models of circuits, devices and interconnects as well as developing methodologies to evaluate, test and characterize new and existing circuit simulators and/or improve speed and efficiency for analog-digital simulation.

Design Methodology: Developing systematic methods for design which incorporate the reuse of existing designs, module generation and automatic layout of analog/mixed-signal integrated circuits.

Funding Information:

National Science Foundation (NSF), 1989--1994.
Department of Electrical Engineering, 1989-1994.
Graduate School, 1989-1994.
College of Engineering, 1989-1994.
National Science Foundation (NSF), 1995-2004.
WTC, 1989-1991.
Air Force, 2004-2010.
National Science Foundation (NSF), 2010-2011.

Reporting Structure:

Andreas Weisshaar, Professor at OSU

External Partners:

Oregon State University (OSU)
Washington State University (WSU)
University of Washington (UW)
University of Tennessee

Center Details

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Director: Rudell, Jacques C. (Co-Director at UW)
Location: Electrical Engineering Building
Year Started: 1989
Administrator / Program Manager: Eisenheim, Pamela
Administering College/School: College of Engineering 
P.I. Home Department: Department of Electrical Engineering 
Faculty Involvement: 4