- Industrial Sponsored VLSI Programs - For Top Semiconductor MNC's
- Career Counselling Sessions Every 2 Weeks To Discuss The Progress
- Real Industry Projects On Real Tools Led By Senior Industry Leaders
- English Language Evaluation & Feedback For Writing/Spoken Skills
- Trainer With 8+ Years Of Physical Design Experience
- Resume Building Session By Industry Experts
- 60 To 70% Of Course Time For Hands-on-Labs
- Learn By Doing Training Approach
- Regular Presentation Sessions
- 100% Placement Assistance
- Dedicated Mock Interviews
Design For Testability (DFT) Is A Specialization In The SOC Design Cycle, Which Facilitates A Design For Detecting Manufacturing Defects. With Increase In Size & Complexity Of Chips, Facilitated By Advancement Of Manufacturing Technologies, It Has Evolved As A Specialization In Itself Over A Period Of Time. DFT Engineers, works On Introducing Various Test Structures As Part Of The Design Flow, To Increase The Testability Of Logic, Pads, Memories, Interconnects.
This Course Is Designed For The Working VLSI / Electronics Engineers Who Want To Learn / Enhance Their Knowledge On Design For Testability (DFT) And Become Skilled DFT Engineers.
The Course Is Designed And Will Be Delivered By Experts In DFT, As Per Current Project Requirements. Importance Is Given To Cover The Concepts, Methodology Thoroughly With Good Emphasis On Hands-on Training, Using Industry Standard DFT Tools With At Least 50 % Time Allocated To Lab Sessions.
At The End Of This Course, The Candidate Will Be Able To:
Course Content Outline:
Duration: 9 Weeks
Each Module Has Associated Labs. Theory Session Will Be Followed By Hands On Labs.
The Trainer Has 10+ Years Of VLSI Industry Experience, With Last 8 Years Exclusively In DFT And Currently Working As DFT Lead For A Services Company.
He Is Passionate In Teaching & Sharing His Knowledge And Mentored Entry / Mid Level Engineers Throughout His Career.
The biggest certificate will be your dream job besides industry acknowledged and accepted "Certificate Of Excellence" in "Physical Design" using "Learn By Doing".