Stanford has played a leading role in the development of Computer-Aided Design for more than two decades. faculty and students involved in TCAD span more than a half-dozen departments.

Professor Dutton's TCAD group represents the TCAD software and associated modeling activities within the Integrated Circuits Laboratory (ICL) of the Department of Electrical Engineering; it is the developer of software such as SUPREM and PISCES, from which industrially developed versions have spawned.

Currently, This group has several projects on mixed-signal noise coupling, modeling of nano-scaled devices, simulation and design of optical interconnection structures, modeling of RF devices including noise limitation and various reliability issues including ESD protection, thermal modeling and substrate noise. For more information, please visit our Research web.


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