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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 2023

FPGA Verification Day 2023


In his keynote Dr. Michael Gude from Cologne Chip will show the architectural innovations and advantages of the GateMate FPGAs.

Hans-Jürgen Schwender from TRIAS mikroelektronik will present the highlights of the new debug functions available with the Visualizer Debug UI.

Faïçal Chtourou from Siemens EDA explains how to optimize verification with Questa Static Tools in CI flows in team projects.

Espen Tallaksen from Emlogic will show you how to achieve the right FPGA quality through effective specification coverage.

In the tutorial that follows, he demonstrates how to create a testbench for proper specification coverage.

Neil Rattray from Siemens EDA gives you a practical guide on how to use formal verification in your design environment.

Finally, Joachim Müller from Efinix gives an update on the high-performance Quantum® FPGA in the Titanium family.

FPGA Verification Day 2022

FPGA Verification Day 2021

FPGA Verification Day 2020