University of Sydney Partners with Cadence to launch Microcredential
The University of Sydney today launched the first of three micro-credentials on digital microelectronics flow to a cohort of industry and student participants.
The series of semiconductor micro-credentials have been developed in partnership with Cadence Design Systems with financial support from the Western Parkland City Authority as part of their New Education Training Model (NETM).
With overwhelming interest from industry during enrollment, there was an excellent turnout for the opening guest lecture delivered by Professor Neil Weste, chair of S3B’s Industry Advisory Group.
More information about this micro-credential and the follow up courses taking place later this year can be found here.