DVCon Europe launches new research track

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The Design and Verification Conference & Exhibition Europe (DVCon Europe), which is sponsored by Accellera Systems Initiative, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in Munich on 14th and 15th November, with SystemC Evolution Day on 16th.

New for 2023 is a research track and authors from universities and research institutes have been invited to contribute research papers, with successful submissions going on to be published as academic papers.

The deadline for initial submission of these research papers is July 17th.  For engineering papers, tutorials and panels it is 1st May.  Full papers for all tracks are due on August 28th.

Commenting Martin Barnasconi, General Chair of the Conference and Steering Committee, said, “DVCon Europe continues to grow, and our ambition is to further expand our design and verification community.  We are looking forward to partnering with universities and research institutes to broaden our perspective and to facilitate a forum where academia can engage with industry.  We anticipate a rich technical program covering both engineering as well as research papers, along with compelling keynotes, in-depth tutorials and energetic panels”.

The DVCon Europe 2023 Steering Committee is composed of technical experts from NXP, Intel, Bosch, ARM, Infineon and Qualcomm, ensuring that DVCon Europe is made by users for users.

In addition, a Technical Program Committee has been formed with industry and academic experts to review and select the engineering and academic papers.  DVCon Europe also hosts an exhibition to showcase EDA and IP solutions and services.

Those submitting papers, tutorials or panels are encouraged to highlight industry themes and trends such as Digital Twin, Internet-of-Things, Functional Safety and Security, ML/AI, ADAS, RISC-V and Digitalization.

The Design and Verification Conference & Exhibition in Europe (DVCon Europe) is the leading European event covering the application of languages, tools and intellectual property for the design and verification of electronic systems and integrated circuits.