Verification 3.0 Innovation Summit
Driven by a who’s who of verification technology leaders, the Verification 3.0 Innovation Summit has been established to focus on verification innovation. This exclusive, half-day seminar will provide advanced technical content focused around a range of topics on semiconductor verification, as well as a keynote and a reception.
To be held on the afternoon of March 19th at the well-appointed Levi’s Stadium Team Auditorium, the seminar has been scheduled and located adjacent to the 2019 Synopsys User Group (SNUG) conference.
The seminar will include multiple sessions of informative presentations, a keynote by renowned EDA luminary and former CEO of Cadence, Joe Costello, and a reception in the Levi’s Stadium Black Oak Casino Club overlooking the Levi’s Stadium field. The reception will include a mini-exhibit from the sponsoring companies. Leading product companies and verification service providers will tackle topical subjects, discussing the latest thinking on critical verification methodology and technologies.
The seminar and reception are free of charge. However, register soon as only 126 seats are available.
The seminar and reception are free of charge, but seats are limited.
Register today to reserve your spot!
1:00 – 1:15: Arrival
1:15 – 1:30: Welcome and Introduction: Jim Hogan, Vista Ventures and EDA industry Luminary
1:30 – 2:30: Keynote Speech: Joe Costello, former CEO of Cadence
Joe is very accomplished in business and has a tremendous amount of experience. He is a well-known figure in the EDA industry and has provided many key insights and lively keynotes at EDA events over the years. He became CEO of Cadence Design Systems in 1987 and over the next decade grew the company from $10M to $1B, making it the electronic design automation leader. In recognition, he received the Phil Kaufman award, the highest accolade in the EDA industry. Joe has also served on the board of dozens of companies such as Oracle, Macromedia, Clarify and Mercury Interactive. Today he is a board member of Metrics, Inc.
Joe always has insights that predict the markets and sees the trends where the industry is going. He offers us inspiring ideas for consideration.
2:30 – 2:45: Break
2:45 – 3:45: Session 1: Advanced Simulation, Emulation, Testbench, VIP
- Verification of AMBA NOCs using an AMBA VIP and PSS-based Methodology
Zhihong Zeng, VIP Architect, Avery
- Taking the Pain out of UVM: Automating Complex Sequences, Scoreboards and Coverage
Adnan Hamid, CEO, Breker
- Verification Management Made Easy
Doug Letcher, CEO, Metrics
- Verifying for Safety and Security
Mike Bartley, CEO, TV&S
3:45 – 4:00: Break
4:00 – 5:00: Session 2: Hybrid, HW/SW and Formal
- Compliance, Verification and Customization of Open ISA Cores and SoCs
Larry Lapides, VP Sales, Imperas
- Ensure Compliance and Trust for RISC-V Cores and SoCs with Complete Formal Verification
Sasa Stamenkovic, Senior Field Applications Engineer, OneSpin
- Hardware Software Interfaces and their Relevance in System Level Test and Validation
RK Patil, CEO, Vayavya
- Auto-generate Implementation-level Sequences for Portable Stimulus Tools
Louie De Luna, Agnisys, Chief Product Evangelist, Agnisys
5:00 – 5:15: Break
5:15 – 6:15: Session 3: Debug, Coverage, Verification Management
- Customizable, Digital & Mixed-signal Debug for RTL to Post-layout Parasitic Code
Sujit Roy, Technical Specialist, Concept
- Traceability for the Design Verification Process
Vishal Moondhra, VP of Applications, Methodics
- Applying Advanced Visualization and ML Techniques to Complex Debug Challenges
Hagai Arbel, CEO, Vtool
- Bug Prediction Using Machine Learning
Daniel Hansson, CEO, Verifyter
6:30 – 8:00: Reception & Exhibit
All attendees are welcome to our reception in the Oak Room at Levi Stadium. Enjoy hors d’eouvres and drinks with a view of the Levi Stadium grounds. This will be combined with an exhibit where the participating companies will be available for discussions, along with TV&S, WHDL, and XtremeEDA.
Enjoy informative presentations by the following companies. Representatives will also be available for discussions during the Reception & Exhibit from 6:30 – 8:00pm.