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The definition of what FPGA really means has changed dramatically over the past two decades. It is an exciting time to be an FPGA designer. New possibilities bring new challenges for the FPGA market. The modern FPGA designer faces many different challenges when working on his project. Therefore we are pleased to present you a series of webinars by experts on the topics of FPGA design and FPGA verification.

FPGA Verification Made Modern


FPGA technologies are rapidly evolving in complexity. More and more functions are implemented, and the structures become more and more complex.More complexity means more time spent in verification - with traditional simulation approaches.

Modern verification methods and tools can reduce this time-consuming effort, with higher quality and lower error rates even before prototype!

The annual technical webinar series "FPGA Verification Made Modern" presents different verification methods and reports from practical experience. In the webinars, renowned experts from the FPGA field present the methods and solution approaches that make your life easier in FPGA design and verification.

Webinar SERIES 2022

FPGA Verification Day 2022


Joachim Müller from Efinix introduces EFINIX® TITANIUM as the latest FPGA family and covers the hardware architecture and how Soft- and Hard-IP can be combined to address a wide range of applications.

Faïçal Chtourou from Siemens EDA explains how the simple Python language can be used as a reusable verification method.

Hans-Jürgen Schwender, Technical Director of TRIAS, presents formal verification and the advantages of this method compared to classical verification.

Neil Rattray from OneSpin: A Siemens Business shows how to avoid systematic design errors from RTL code to the final netlist through formal equivalence checking.

Espen Tallaksen, EmLogic - the father of the VHDL-based verification method UVVM - talks about how randomization can be very useful for modern VHDL testbenches.

In the Q & A session that followed, the panel of experts answered questions that arose.

FPGA Verification Day 2021

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