EE Department San Francisco State University Cadence University Program Member

This page shows how Cadence tools are used at SFSU to teach IC design, as well as links to tutorials we have developed that teach IC design and the use of Cadence tools.  We are currently using the Cadence Virtuoso AMS for the analog (engr445) and radio-frequency (engr 890) IC design courses, Cadence Allegro for the PCB design in the Electronics Lab (engr301)




Dr. Hao Jiang

Assistant Professor of Engineering

School of Engineering

San Francisco State University

Office: SCI 213C

Phone: (415) 338-6379

Fax: (415) 338-0525


Dr. Jiang received the B.S. degree in materials sciences and engineering from Tsinghua University, China, in 1994 and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from University of California, San Diego, in 2000.


Welcome to Bioelectronics Lab



  • Hao Jiang, Junmin Zhang*, Di Lan*, Kelvin Chao*, Shyshenq Liou, Hamid Shahnasser, Richard Fechter, Shinjiro Hirose, Michael Harrison and Shuvo Roy, "A Low-Frequency Versatile Wireless Power Transfer Technology for Biomedical Implants" IEEE Transaction of Biomedical Circuits and Systems (Accepted)

Darlene Yee, Ed.D.

Dr. Darlene Yee-Melichar is active as a faculty leader on both the SF State and CSU Academic Senates. She is the recipient of many awards and honors for her teaching excellence and service contributions to the campus, community and profession.

Tara Lockhart

Tara Lockhart is Associate Professor of English and Director of Composition; she teaches undergraduate writing and literature courses, as well as graduate courses in composition, literacy studies, and pedagogy. Professor Lockhart earned her Ph.D. and M.A. at the University of Pittsburgh.

Judi E Strebel

Judi Strebel is a Professor of Marketing in the College of Business at San Francisco State University and is currently serving as Chair of the Marketing Department. She earned a PhD in Marketing from UC Berkeley, a MS in Agricultural Economics from UC Davis and BA in Economics from UC Berkeley.

Kory Lawson Ching

Professor Ching’s undergraduate writing courses focus on ethnographic fieldwork, writing in digital environments, and videogame analysis. He also teaches graduate courses in the composition masters program focused on composition theory, rhetorical theory, teaching with technology, and qualitative research methods. His research interests include teacher preparation, digital literacies, and composition pedagogy, especially the practice of using peer response groups in the composition classroom.


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