Training for electronic designers -

Training for electronic designers

Livingston, UK — The European Electronic Chips & Systems design Initiative (ECSI) is launching SYDIC-Training, a European wide training initiative which provides continual professional development for Europe's electronics design houses.

The courses will cover a range of topics including system specification methodology, concepts and system validation methods for complex electronic systems; new or prototype EDA tools entering the market; and emerging standard methods (languages, notations) used in the specification of complex systems.

The SYDIC Training courses are not only suitable for engineers already in employment but are also suitable for graduates with limited experience entering the sector to enhance their skill set in advance of their initial employment. Participants from SYDIC partner organisations may benefit from free training places.

The SYDIC Training partnership is a collaboration of ARM (UK), Cadence (UK), ECSI (France), IMEC (Belgium), Institute for System Level Integration, (UK), Linkoping University (Sweden), MBDA (France), Mentor Graphics (UK), Motorola (Germany) and the Technische Universität Munchen (Germany).

The courses start in October at ISLI in the Alba Centre, Livingston Scotland. For more details visit the

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