At the beginning of 2011, the Cadence® Academic Network started to provide technical information via LinkedIn™, which offers advanced possibilities to receive tailored information, as well as a platform for discussions.
A variety of subgroups has been created to offer specific information for several technical fields.
Cadence Academic Network is the main group, providing general information. All students mus join this group in order to be able to join the subgroups as well. You'll find plenty of specific technical information within the subgroups:
- Advanced Verification Methodology
- Analog Mixed-Signal Design Methodology
- Design for Test
- Digital Implementation
- System-Level Design
- Low-Power Methodology
- PCB Co-Design Methodology
- RF Design Methodology
- Tensilica Processor IP
You can find a lot of information in our groups, including links to interesting webinars, videos, articles, technical demos, and upcoming events. The groups are moderated by the lead institutions of the Cadence Academic Network, ensuring a constant flow of reviewed information relevant to academia.
Join our groups on LinkedIn in three easy steps:
- Create a free account at www.LinkedIn.com
- After you have logged in at LinkedIn, follow this link to the Cadence Academic Network group
- Join the main group and all subgroups of interest
The Cadence Academic Network LinkedIn Group offers advanced possibilities to receive tailored information. The newest technical information and upcoming events are available in the subgroups. These groups are moderated by the lead institutions of the Cadence Academic Network, ensuring a constant flow of reviewed information relevant to academia.
Due to the group structure and several LinkedIn features, you can easily find information or get notified of any news of your choice. You can choose to get a daily or weekly mail notification, or no notifications at all. The respective settings can be found at the "More" tab of each group.
By using the advanced search function, you can effectively find postings with valuable specific technical information as the subgroups serve as a repository.
If you have any further questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.