Re: [SI-LIST] : Training Suggestions Wanted

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From: John Howard (jhoward@emcguru.com)
Date: Thu Feb 10 2000 - 11:05:40 PST


Chris,
Yes. I do; and, I know that Doug Smith does, just to name two. My
next course, in Milpitas, is offered under the sponsorship of the Univ.
of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. See http://www.uwm.edu/dept/ccee. Doug
has already posted his schedule in this forum. There are others as well
in Silicon Valley, but their signal/noise ratio is often poor.
John

Chris Cheng wrote:

> given the current high tech economy, in between...
> smart engineers in big tech giants seeing their stocks going double or
> triple every year....
> hot shorts engineers in companies just went ipo and "vesting" themselves
> to retire....
> poor starving engineers working in their garage trying to hit it big....
> is there any good people left running around out there doing seminars
> and teaching people ? :-)
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
> [mailto:owner-si-list@silab.eng.sun.com]On Behalf Of Laurence Michaels
> Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2000 10:04 AM
> To: si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
> Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : Training Suggestions Wanted
>
> "Mayer, Mike" wrote:
> [snip request for training info]
> > Since I'm spending a large part of my time actually using the tools, I
> > will need to take advantage of available seminars. However, although I
> > have been successful in finding seminars for the general SI concepts
> > (like Howard Johnson's), I haven't found any that cover some of the
> > modeling issues. Has anyone seen a seminar on something like "I/O
> > buffer modeling with SPICE and IBIS"?
>
> I'm not sure about location/availability, but I think trilogic.com used
> to offer a more specific "I/O buffer modeling with Quad/XTK" class.
>
> It was OK. I'd love to have a seminar to point some of the
> semiconductor vendors at, that slanted towards how to reveal the useful
> information that SI simulation and engineering requires, without giving
> up whatever that company considers "proprietary".
>
> Quad (aka Viewlogic) has some pointers on their site, and
> offers consulting and training help.
>
> I'm sure the other tool vendors have similar pointers. Finding
> inexpensive, but still good, training seminars seems to be an art
> I haven't mastered yet. Better, cheaper, faster, choose any two.
>
> Regards,
> --
> Laurence Michaels
> New plural of the day: mongoose => polygoose.
>
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