Learn how the Cadence® Academic Network delivers Intelligent System Design technology, training, and programs to universities and innovators in the global academic community.

Students

Leverage the benefits of the Cadence Academic Network to get trained and certified on Intelligent System Design technologies, learning needed Computational Software skills for a seamless transition into industry
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Educators

Cultivate the next generation of innovators and enrich your teaching by introducing Cadence Intelligent System Design technology provided by the Cadence Academic Network into your classroom

Researchers

Partner with the Cadence Academic Network to unleash your imagination and make cutting-edge discoveries using Cadence Intelligent System Design technology
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Entrepreneurs

Disrupt the technology industry through your innovations! Learn how the Cadence Academic Network enables you to realize your silicon from idea to reality

Highlights

We partner with the global academic community to encourage technology education and innovation. We are committed to providing industry-leading technology and programs to students, educators, researchers, and future innovators.

1000+
universities in the Cadence University Program
150+
Cadence products provided to universities
$23M
value of Cadence University Program software bundle
5000+
Online Training courses and videos available

Integrating Video, Radar, and Lidar for Autonomous Driving

See how Leibniz University Hannover is using Cadence’s Tensilica® IP cores and Protium Prototyping Platform to improve safety for people with disabilities.

1M Processors to Model the Human Brain

How exactly does the human brain work? Stephen Furber of the University of Manchester discusses how they used Cadence Allegro® tools to design the chips and boards of their SpiNNaker machine, the largest neuromorphic computer in the world, which is being used to model the human brain.

Hardware Systems for Digital Hearing Aids

Holger Blume of the Leibniz University of Hannover’s Institute für Mikroelektronische Systemes discusses how they were able to build next-generation commercially oriented hardware systems for digital hearing aids with increased computation performance using Cadence tools.

Chips to Study Natural Intelligence and to Build Artificial Intelligence

The Institute of Neuroinformatics discusses how they used Cadence tools to process artificial heart beats, muscle movements, and nerve recordings to understand how brains compute.