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Home > Press > Magma Techie Yatin Trivedi unfolds DFT DFM at BITS Pilani

Proud to be a BITSian - Yatin Trivedi Magma USA
Proud to be a BITSian - Yatin Trivedi Magma USA

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He firmly believes in the Randall R. McBride, Jr. quote 'Success will not lower its standard to us. We must raise our standard to success.

Magma Techie Yatin Trivedi unfolds DFT DFM at BITS Pilani

India | Posted on January 29th, 2008

Yatin Trivedi is Director of Industry Partnership Programs at Magma Design Automation. He works with IP and Library suppliers, and EDA tools vendors to establish comprehensive supply chain solutions around Magma's RTL2GDS design implementation and analysis flows. He represents Magma on various standards organizations to ensure format level interoperability of design flows. He also manages Magma's world-wide University program.

Yatin
has worked at AMD and Sun Microsystems. He founded Seva Technologies as one of the early Design Services company in Silicon Valley. He co-authored the first book on Verilog HDL and was the Editor of IEEE 1364 standard. He also started, managed and taught in VLSI Design Engineering curriculum at UC Santa Cruz extension.

Yatin was in India on Jan 22-23 at Bangalore for the MUSIC (Magma Users Summit on Integrated Circuits) which is dedicated to providing an open forum for users to share and exchange ideas on how they use Magma solutions to meet the challenges of IC and SoC design. On Jan 24th, Yatin took time from his busy schedule to visit Pilani Rajasthan where his alma mater Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) is located. He delivered a lecture on Design for Testing, Testability and Design for Manufacturing which was organized by BITS Alumni Association (BITSAA).

In his lecture Yatin pointed out that since meeting design constraints such as area, timing and power are becoming more difficult at nanometer technologies, designers are struggling to maintain predictable schedules and highlighted the importance of design-for-manufacturability and design-for-test in ramping up advanced products in deep-submicron technologies apart from set of techniques used to modify the design of semiconductors in order to make them more manufacturable by improving their functional yield, parametric yield, reliability etc

Proud to be a BITSian, Yatin also interacted with senior officers and professors in the Institute for spearheading cutting edge research in MEMS and for establishment of a Research Centre for Nanoscience and Technology as alumni initiative at Pilani Rajasthan.

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About BITS Pilani
This Institute which has set a bench mark in industry university collaboration is one among the top ranking universities in India today offering degrees in various disciplines presently at Pilani, Dubai, Goa campuses and in the near future at Hyderabad campus apart from an array of work integrated learning programmes for HRD of a vast spectrum of Indian corporates.

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Professor & Dean BITS Pilani Rajasthan 333031 India
Phone: 91-1596-242210

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