Synopsys Discovery Seminar

5월 11일에 Discovery seminar가 COEX에서 있습니다.
개인적으로는 요즘 최대의 관심 분야가 저전력과 functional verification인데, VMM에 대해서 집중적으로 다룰 예정이라 아주 구미를 자극하고 있습니다.  대략 90%는 참석할 예정입니다. (10%는 회사의 사고에 대비해서..^^;)

참석하고 나서, 대충 요약해서 올리도록 하지요.



등록은:  http://www.synopsys.com/news/events/seminars/veri_sem.html

≫ Primary Multi Track Agenda


Track A1 Abstract
Introduction to SystemVerilog testbench with the VMM Methodology
– Making the move from directed tests to constrained-random verification
– SystemVerilog testbench basics
– Strategies for adopting SystemVerilog testbench and the Verification Methodology Manual (VMM)

Debug and Analysis with DVE
– An overview of DVE (Discovery Visualization Environment)
– Using DVE for assertion, testbench and SystemC debug
– Using DVE with analog simulatioins

Track A2 Abstract
Formal Verification with Megellan
– Making the move from directed tests to constrained-random verification
– SystemVerilog testbench basics
– Strategies for adopting SystemVerilog testbench and the Verification Methodology Manual (VMM)

Verification of Low Power Designs
– An overview of DVE (Discovery Visualization Environment)
– Using DVE for assertion, testbench and SystemC debug
– Using DVE with analog simulatioins

Track B1 Abstract
Introduction to VMM Applications
– Register modeling and verification
– Block-to-system reuse and memory allocation techniques
– Data stream scoreboarding

Using Verification IP in a VMM Environment
– Using transaction-level SystemC models in a SystemVerilog environment
– Transaction-level Interface techniques in VCS
– Debugging mixed-abstraction, mixed-language environments in DVE

Track B2 Abstract
SystemC and SystemVerilog Design Verification with VCS
– Using transaction-level SystemC models in a SystemVerilog environment
– Transaction-level Interface techniques in VCS
– Debugging mixed-abstraction, mixed-language environments in DVE

Accelerating Verification using the VMM Hardware Abstraction Layer with ZeBu
– Introduction to hardware-assisted acceleration with the EVE ZeBu platform
– Using the VMM HAL to reuse a common testbench for simulation and acceleration
– Implementing acceleration-friendly checkers, monitors and data generators

Track C1 Abstract
Verifying Performance and Reliability of Nanometer Designs with HSIMplus
– Solutions for post-layout analysis with millions of extracted RC parasitics
– Verifying performance and reliability for IR drop effects and electromigration

Mixed-Signal Verification (MSV) challenges and solutions
– Bottom-up, mixed-signal Verification w/ Verilog, VHDL, & SPICE
– Mixed-language / Mixed-level simulation top down design and verification
– Transistor-level sign-off: why is this important?

Track C2 Abstract
Advanced high-accuracy circuit simulation with HSPICE
– Performing faster simulations
– Ensuring silicon accuracy with advanced models
– Improving productivity with behavioral modeling
– Employing high-speed signal integrity analysis capabilities
– Simulating process variability effects
– Accurately predicting PLL and VCO performance

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