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DVCon Europe 2017 – Formal Verification Tutorial & UVM Multi-Language Presentation

Verilab is proud to participate at DVCon Europe 2017 with a tutorial and presentation given by our own Jonathan Bromley and Thorsten Dworzak.

Firstly on Monday October 16th, senior consultant Jonathan Bromley will be giving the “Formal Verification in the Real World” tutorial. Based on our well received foundation level tutorial from the 2016 conference, this year’s session will cover some of the more advanced techniques and workflow patterns on one of the most talked about areas of verification. More details here:

https://dvcon-europe.org/content/event-details?id=234-1-T

Whereas on Tuesday October 17th, principal engineer Thorsten Dworzak will co-present “UVM Multi-Language Library: Hands-On” with Angel Hidalga of Infineon Technologies. The presentation covers their work of developing a simulator independent library extension of the UVM, promising easy integration of different high-level verification languages. More details here:

https://dvcon-europe.org/content/event-details?id=234-5

Verilab looks forward to hearing from the verification community and their thoughts about these or any other verification topics. As always, all our past published conference papers and presentations can be found here:

http://www.verilab.com/resources/papers-and-presentations/

See you there!

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