- The SSCRL is part of the Electrical and Computer Engineeroing department in the University of California, Davis
- SSCRL prototypes are usually manufactured through MOSIS.
- Microelectronic Systems News (formarly the MOSIS Users Group) is a good resource for research information.
- The IEEE website is a good source of information. In particular the Solid-State Circuits Society website contains information specific to Solid-State Circuts
- The EE Times website has industy-oriented articles related to Electical Engineering. In particular, Planet Analog often has articles related to Solid-State circuits.
- Popular CAD tools include the Mentor Graphics and Cadence CAD packages.
- Free, open-source CAD tools are available, including the GNU EDA project for schematic capture and simulation and the MAGIC layout tool.
- For analog circuit simulation, we use the HSPICE circuit simulation program.
- A handy program to generate your own chip logos is Xchiplogo. For examples of some fun artwork placed on various commercial dies see The Silicon Zoo.