Monday, March 12, 2012

SystemC Events at DATE 2012, courtesy of Accellera

From: Accellera Systems Initiative
Date: Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 2:28 PM
Subject: SystemC Events at DATE 2012

Join Us for SystemC Events at DATE 2012
Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference


Maritim Hotel & Internationales Congress Center
Dresden, Germany

Workshop: OSCI and Accellera Core Technologies for the Next Generation of System-Level Design

Friday, March 16, 2012
8:30h - 16:30h, Room: Konferenz 4

You may register on-site at ICC Dresden, Ostra-Ufer 2, Dresden, Germany.
The merger of the Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) and Accellera to the Accellera Systems Initiative (ASI) unifies trend-setting standardization activities in the Electronic Design Automation (EDA) world and opens a wide range of new perspectives and synergies. The standards that are established and promoted by OSCI and Accellera cover a broad spectrum of today's and tomorrow's Electronic System Level (ESL) modeling and verification strategies.
This workshop is focused on the core technologies from both the OSCI and the Accellera world, and gives an outlook on how techniques may collaborate and converge. The format of the workshop includes four invited sessions from Doulos, Synopsys, Cadence, and VWorks providing a substantiated overview of the technologies and their future way-providing a practical guide on how those technologies can be successfully applied for improving a companies' design strategy. Five user sections from XMOS, Sonics and Lantiq, the U Bremen, Bosch, and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute complement these core sections. They provide insights into the application and the development in research and industrial domains.
08:30      Welcome & Opening
Wolfgang Rosenstiel, U Tuebingen & ESCUG, DE
08:40 Core Section 1: Doulos
IEEE 1666-2011 SystemC Standard
John Aynsley, Doulos, U.K.
09:40 User Section 1:
Using SystemC with XMOS Devices
David Lacey, XMOS, U.K.
10:10 Coffee Break
10:30 Core Section 2: Synopsys
TLM-2.0 Technology for Off-Chip Interfaces
Victor Reyes, Synopsys, US
11:30 User Section 2:
SoC performance evaluation using high performance SystemC and TLM models for communications SoCs
Rocco Jonack, Sonics, US Bernhard Keppler, Lantiq, DE Renate Henftling, Lantiq, DE
12:00 Lunch Break
13:00 Core Section 3: Cadence
Virtual Prototypes for Embedded Software Verification
Markus Winterholer, Cadence, DE, Leonard Drucker, Cadence, US
14:00 User Section 3:
SystemC-based ESL Verification Flow Integrating Property Checking and Automatic Debugging
Hoang M. Le, Daniel Grosse, Rolf Drechsler, U Bremen and DFKI, DE
14:30 Coffee Break
14:50 Core Section 4: VWorks
Programmable Debug of Linux/Android OS on Virtual PLatforms
Jay Yantchev, VWorks, AU
15:50 User Section 4:
Using IP-XACT to ease system development with SystemC/TLM The Transparent TLM (TTLM) Approach
Simon Hufnagel, Bosch, DE, Christoph Grimm, Vienna U Technology, AT
16:20 User Section 5:
System-Level Post-Manufacturing Testing
Zainalabedin Navabi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US
16:50 Closing
Wolfgang Rosenstiel, U Tuebingen & ESCUG, DE


European SystemC User's Group 25

Tuesday, March 13, 2012
18:30h - 21:30h, Room Konferenz 2

The European SystemC User's Group (ESCUG) celebrates its 25th meeting at the DATE (Design Automation & Test in Europe) 2012 Conference on March 13, 2012. This meeting will be organized as a panel discussion around the merger of OSCI and Accellera, and its opportunities and challenges.
Moderator: Gary Smith, Gary Smith EDA, US
  • Marcello Coppola, ST Microelectronics, FR
  • Grant Martin, Tensilica, US
  • John Aynsley, Doulos, UK
  • Dennis Brophy, Mentor Graphics, US
  • Josef Eckmueller, Intel, DE
  • Johannes Stahl, Synopsys, US
  • Stan Krolikoski, Cadence, US
Closing: Wolfgang Rosenstiel, University of Tuebingen & ESCUG, DE
Note that the number of seats is limited and registration will be handled on a first-come first-served basis. Participation is free of charge.


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