The 2020 Design and Verification Conference and Exhibition US is creating an online version of the 32nd annual event, which was hit by the wave of public lockdowns around the world.
The complete presentations, some with audio recordings, are being released to registered attendees for three weeks and then will be available to the public for an additional two months.
“I’m thrilled that we are continuing the 2020 program online with many of the presentations that were unable to be presented during the live conference,” said Vanessa Cooper, DVCon US technical program committee Chair. “Due to the rapidly evolving environment at the onset of the conference, we were able to pivot the live program quickly and compress if from four days to three, but that still left many without the benefit of the informative, technical material. I’d like to thank the technical program committee for continuing its efforts and coordinating with the presenters to record some of their papers, posters, tutorials and short workshops for this on-demand experience.”
The program will be available to registered attendees exclusively May 26 – June 16 and will open to the public from June 17 – August 14. Registered attendees will receive their credentials by email.
Each session will provide registered attendees with the ability to post publicly viewable questions to a forum that will be answered by presenters throughout the first three weeks of the online experience. Once the program opens to the public the forum will still be viewable, but no longer active.