Magazine: Issue 5

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As a part of the VLSI Community in Egypt, VLSI Egypt keeps monitoring the achievements of the Egyptian VLSI Companies and the initiatives driven to help them accelerate the processes needed to develop their outcome.

As a part of the VLSI Community in Egypt, VLSI Egypt keeps monitoring the achievements of the Egyptian VLSI Companies and the initiatives driven to help them accelerate the processes needed to develop their outcome. From this point VLSI Egypt Magazine introduces two initiatives, VLSI Reactor and FabCat. VLSI Reactor is a Startup Companies Accelerator that provides multiple services for the new VLSI Companies to start and grow in a healthy environment. FabCat is a service that enables fabrication of electronic chips designed by Egyptian micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and by academic university projects. You can read more about these initiatives throughout the current Issue ofVLSI Egypt Magazine.

Besides, we introduce a set of technical articles that cover many aspects of VLSI Industry. We continue our journey with Vibration based Energy Harvesting we started in the previous issue of the magazine. Article about the design of UWB antennas and Security Reconfiguration of FPGA
Designs are also present We hope you find this issue ofVLSI Egypt interesting and useful.

We would also like to ask you to update us with all your feedback, opinions and comments as this is how we asses our progress and success. Finally we would like to thank you all very much for your interaction, support and for keeping VLSI Egypt such a dynamic community.

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A PDF copy can be downloaded from this link: VLSI-Egypt Magazine Issue5

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  • Ahmed Deiaa
    November 29, 2013 at 9:52 pm | Permalink

    السلام عليكم

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    و كذلك أطلب منكم مقال عن الدراسة و المنح للدكتوراة فى أمريكا و كندا

    شكرا جزيلا

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