Who is this class for: This course is for anyone with a solid background in digital electronics and logic design, including engineering students; design engineers with either an electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, or computer science background; test engineers; systems engineers; and engineering managers supervising people doing FPGA design work. Later courses in the specialization also require college-level C programming skills.


Created by:  University of Colorado Boulder

  • Timothy Scherr

    Taught by:  Timothy Scherr, Senior Instructor and Professor of Engineering Practice

    Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering
LevelIntermediate
Language
English
Hardware ReqPC running newer Windows or Linux OS, minimum 8 GB RAM, ability to install Quartus Prime software. See course syllabus for details.
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 21 ratings

Good introduction to FPGA design, programmable logic and use of the Quartus II software. Can't wait for the follow-up modules.

The subject for each session is selected carefully and the gradual heaviness of the discussions is very well organized, so that student feels comfortable to move on.

Flawless presentation (thank you Tim!) and step by step manner of the discussions are the reasons I could keep up with the course eagerly.

I look forward to take the rest of the courses of this specialization.

Thanks Coursera!

An very good intro to the complex tools and techniques of FPGA design.

Gives you a quick run down on designing FPGA systems without going into the details of VHDL or schematics. Good exercises.