The Educational Electronics Computer-Aided Design User Group was formed in 1987 to provide a forum for those acquiring CAD software through the then ECAD initiative. The EEUG has two main functions: 

EEUG membership is open to academic, research and support staff with an interest in ECAD in all Higher Education Institutes in the UK.

The workshops are normally held in September, at various locations around the UK. Each lasts a day, with the previous evening devoted to a commercial presentation related to the workshop topic.



Autumn Workshop 2005

Teaching Modern Digital Systems: System on a Chip design, fabrication and test

University of Essex

7th - 8th September 2005

Workshop 2004 review Workshop 2003 review Workshop 2002 review

IJEEE Special Edition

Associated Links

Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre


Electronic Design Education Consortium

Microelectronics Support Centre (MSC) at Rutherford Appleton Laboratories


The EEUG acronym is used by the European EMTP-ATP Users Group Association, the Electronic Emis User Group and any number of Electronic Engineering UnderGraduate or Electrical Engineering UnderGraduate servers. It is also a published mis-spelling of the European Unix Users Group.

Last Update: 26th May 2005