🚀 Welcome to "Chip Design for High School" Journey! 🚀

Join us on an exciting adventure where the world of chip design unfolds like a thrilling tale of a bustling electronic city! Let’s navigate the roads of this fascinating city together.

Important Date



Oct 15 - Nov 15, 2023

Registration Open! Sign up to become a city planner of the electronic world!

Nov 15 2023 

Nov 15 - Dec 1, 2023

Screening Process - A little check to make sure you’re all set for the journey!

Dec 2, 2023 - Jan 15, 2024

Hands-on Labs - Dive into action and get your hands busy with exciting activities and experiments!

Jan 15 - Mar 15, 2024

VLSI Foundation - Learn the building blocks that make the electronic city function smoothly!

🌟 What Will You Learn?

Ohm’s Law: Back to Basics 📚

Remember the cool stuff you learned in school about Ohm’s Law? It's like the traffic rules for electricity in our electronic gadgets. We’re going to revisit this superhero rule to make sure our foundation is rock solid. It’s essential to know how much electrical "traffic" should flow to make our devices work just right!

Chip Design: Your New Adventure! 🚀

Now, here comes the super exciting part - Chip Design! This is where you become the architect of electronic cities (chips). It’s like using your imagination to create a bustling city where electricity flows smoothly through roads (circuits) and traffic lights (gates), ensuring everything works harmoniously and efficiently.

By diving into the world of chip design, you’ll unlock the magical doors of creativity and innovation, bringing amazing electronic gadgets to life! So get ready to explore, learn, and create as you step into the universe of chip design! 🌌🔧




Part 1

Screening - Basic Physics and Electrical Concepts

Week 1 

Introduction to Basic Physics and Eletricity


Introduction to Basic Physics and Electricity – Part 1

  • Introduction to fundamental physics concepts relevant to electricity.

  • Basic electrical terms and units, electric charge, field, and potential.


Introduction to Basic Physics and Electricity – Part 2

  •  Continuation of electricity principles with an emphasis on electric forces and energy

Week 2

Electrical Relationships and Practical Skills


Basic Current , Voltage Relationship , Ohms Law   

  •  Delving into the interplay between current, voltage, and resistance

  •  Application and implications of Ohm's Law in various circuits


Lab Platform Familiarization and Bread Board Connections

  • Hands-on lab session introducing the lab environment and equipment

  • Building and understanding simple circuits using a breadboard

End of Part 1 Assessment

  •  A written test to evaluate understanding of basic physics and electrical concepts covered in weeks 1 and 2

  •  Practical examination to assess hands-on skills with lab equipment and breadboard connections

Part 2

Fundamentals of Logic Gates in Chip Design

Week 3

Switching Logic and Automation Basics


Basics of Automation and Switching Logics

1.  Understanding the principles of automation in electrical systems.

2.  Introduction to the basics of switching logic.

Week 4

Logic Gates and Practical Application


Logic Realization using switches

1.  Theoretical aspects of using switches for implementing logic functions.


Logic Realization using switches

  • Hands-on practice with different types of logic gates.

  • Combining logic gates to create basic digital functions

Week 5

Advanced Application of Logic Gates and Debugging


Complex Logic Gate Implementation

1. Designing and building more complex logic functions using gates


Logic Analyzers and Circuit Debugging

1.  Using logic analyzers to diagnose and fix issues in digital circuits.

Week 6

Capstone Project in Chip Design

Lab - Project

Combination Logic Function Design and Testing

  • Students will apply all concepts learned to design a logic function that could be used in chip design

  •  Final project development, testing, and troubleshooting

End of Part 2 Assessment

  •  Review session to consolidate all topics covered.

  •  Final project presentation and evaluation.

  • Comprehensive final exam covering the fundamentals of logic gates and their applications in chip design

🧠 Easy-to-Understand Adventures:

Imagine our chip as a lively city. Ohm’s Law acts like the traffic rules, guiding the electricity cars safely. The chip design process is like planning the city, ensuring that traffic (electricity) flows smoothly, allowing every part of the city to work harmoniously.

🎓 Become a Chip City Planner!

By the end of this journey, you’ll become a chip city planner, knowing how to guide the traffic and plan the roads efficiently, making sure our electronic devices, like phones and computers, work perfectly and creatively.

Ready to embark on this extraordinary adventure? Sign up and start your journey in the fantastic world of chip design! 🌈🚀

🌟 Join us, and let’s create extraordinary electronic cities together! 🌟

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