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The Cadence Academic Network values our deep relationships and collaborations with universities. We’re always looking for ways that we can deepen the bond and broaden professor and student knowledge of Cadence tools. Sruba Seshadri, Senior Account Technical Executive at Cadence, is a true partner to the Cadence Academic Network and shares her expertise with university partners regularly.
She is known to hold technical trainings, seminars, and lecture series at universities to help professors and students ramp up their Cadence knowledge and better understand what all they can do with Cadence tools. She has held a number of trainings on Spectre® Accelerated Parallel Simulator and Spectre® RF Option with the Berkeley Wireless Research Center. What was cool about this training was the level of excitement from the attendees. Mid-lecture, they connected with the IT on campus to make sure everyone attending could get access to Cadence tools and learn hands-on in real-time.
Currently, Sruba is guest lecturing for a class at UCLA. This is just one of the many exciting partnerships Sruba has with UCLA. Sruba and Doug Willmore, Sales Director from Cadence, also arranged for Rahul Umrania, Lead Application Engineer, to host a 2-hour, interactive Cadence Stratus High-Level Synthesis (HLS) deep dive training with UCLA students. With about 40 students in attendance, Rahul gave a demo on FIR filter using Stratus IDE and answered many student questions.
UCLA is a strong user of Stratus (HLS) and sat down with Doug Willmore, to talk more about their use of Stratus and how they’re applying it to baseband communications, signal processing, connective radio, highly parallel data processing, and more!
We are excited to share the amazing work of UCLA and look forward to the relationships that Sruba will continue to build with top universities.