Trainings and Extension Activities

  • Front and Back-end Full Custom IC Design

(1-month Virtual/Remote Training for Collegio de Muntinlupa College)

Date: July 2-29, 2022

Venue: Virtual

Course Lecturers:

  • Dr. Jefferson Hora, PECE

  • Dr. Gene Fe Palencia

  • Assoc. Prof. Aileen Gumera

  • Assoc. Prof. Allenn Lowaton

  • Asst. Prof. Rochelle Sabarillo


  • Kriz Kevin Adrivan (MSEE)

  • Ritt Vincent Librado (MSEE)

  • Mark Eric Andam (MSEE)

  • Johanna Mae Quinalayo (MSEE)

  • Emrys Oling (BSECE)


  1. Introduction to Analog IC Design

    • MOS transistor biasing and small-signal model

    • Two-port network analysis

    • Single stage amplifiers i.e., common-source, common-gate, common-drain

    • Active loads, current sources and mirrors

    • MOS capacitances

    • Frequency response of single stage amplifiers

    • Differential amplifiers, resistive load, active load and frequency response

    • Fabrication process

  2. Full Custom IC Design Layout

    • EDA tools for layout design

    • Resistors, capacitors and inductors

    • Bipolar transistors, MOS transistor and logic gates

    • Design techniques and best practices for layout design

    • Circuit design and analog block layout design

    • Device placement and routing

    • Layout verification and debugging

Course Learning Outcomes:

  1. Design and implement basic analog blocks to build more complex circuits.

  2. Draw the physical layout of a circuit to meet the required specifications such as area, parasitics, and performance.


  • Faculty members of Colegio de Muntinlupa (CDM)


2/F Room 209C, College of Engineering and Technology, MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology,

Andres Bonifacio Ave., Tibanga, Iligan City, 9200, Philippines

T: (+63) 221 - 4050 loc. 4652 or (+63) 221 - 4050 local 4131


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