LOUISVILLE, Colo. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — September 17, 2014 — The 2015 Design and Verification Conference (DVCon), sponsored by Accellera Systems Initiative, is now accepting tutorial proposals for its conference to be held March 2-5 at the DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose, California. DVCon is seeking tutorial topics that are current, have a high-level of interest among the attendee base and offer strong continuing education content. Deadline for submissions is October 3rd, 2014.
DVCon is the premier conference for design and verification engineers of all experience levels. DVCon provides attendees with a program that is focused on the application of languages, tools and methodologies for the design and verification of electronic systems and integrated circuits. The primary focus of DVCon is on the practical use of specialized design and verification languages such as SystemC, SystemVerilog and e, assertions in SVA or PSL, as well as the use of AMS languages, design automation using IP-XACT and the use of general purpose languages C and C++.
Authors are asked to submit a short two to five paragraph abstract of the tutorial (1,000 words maximum). Tutorial sponsorships are available at the Gold or Silver levels. Over 300 qualified engineers attended the sponsored tutorials during DVCon 2015. Attendees are primarily designers of electronic systems, ASICs and FPGAs, as well as those involved in the research, development and application of EDA tools. More information about submitting a tutorial proposal can be found at www.dvcon.org/2014/call-for-tutorials.
Accellera Systems Initiative is an independent, not-for profit organization dedicated to create, support, promote and advance system-level design, modeling and verification standards for use by the worldwide electronics industry. The organization accelerates standards development, and as part of its ongoing partnership with the IEEE, its standards are contributed to the IEEE Standards Association for formal standardization and ongoing change control. For more information, please visit www.accellera.org.