The two keynotes scheduled for the Design and Verification Conference & Exhibition Europe (DVCon Europe) will tackle two elements of connectivity and its effects on the complexity of verification.
To be held in Munich on December 6th and 7th, followed by the SystemC Evolution Day on the 8th, the Accellera conference will host a keynote by Mercedes chief software officer Magnus Oestberg on the development of the chip-to-cloud architecture for motor vehicles. He will give insights into Mercedes-Benz’ software strategy and the the development of the company’s proprietary operating system MB.OS that runs inside its vehicles.
The second keynote will feature Axel Jahnke, tribe lead for Nokia’s SOC L1 ASIC team, who will look at the challenges in SoC verification for 5G cellular networks and successors.
“We are very pleased to return to an in-person conference and exhibition and very much looking forward to meeting old friends and new, “ said Sumit Jha, general chair of DVCon Europe.
DVCon Europe 2022 will include papers, posters, tutorials and panels focused on sharing best practices and industrial application of design and verification methodologies, languages and standards in areas such as: system-level and software design, model-based and model-supported software design, verification and validation, IP reuse and design automation, functional safety and security, and mixed-signal and low-power design and verification. The conference will highlight industry themes and trends such as the use of digital twins, machine learning, RISC-V, as well as next generation automotive and 5G.