Formal Verification 2017

FV2016
After the overwhelming success of the Formal Verification Conference for the past four years, T&VS is pleased to announce the 5th Formal Verification Conference (FV2017) where Verification Engineers and Managers can once again join EDA vendors to discuss the issues of the day.

FV2017 At-a-Glance

At FV2017 users will present their current experiences of using formal verification and their challenges in further deployment.  EDA vendors can present their solutions and roadmaps. Discussions can be set up to encourage the exchange of use models and flows to improve the industrial application of formal both in the near and long term.

  • Tuesday 27th June, 2017
  • Reading, UK (Holiday Inn Reading – M4, Jct.10)
  • Attend In-person or Online
  • FV2017 is a full day conference and networking event
  • An exhibition area enables delegates to meet the event sponsors and discuss Formal tools and services.

Agenda

08:45 Arrival, Registration and Refreshments
09:25 Welcome & Introduction
Mike Bartley, Test and Verification Solutions Ltd
09.30 KEYNOTE: Verification and Validation of Robot Assistants
– Clare Dixon, Reader, Dept. Computer Science, University of Liverpool
10.10 Formal Verification by the Book: ISA Formal at ARM
– Will Keen, ARM
10.40 A Modern Approach to Multi-Engine Metric Driven Verification
– Vincent Reynolds, Cadence
11:10 Refreshments and Networking
11.40 Exhaustively Verify SEU Mitigation Techniques Using Formal Verification
– Dr. Jeremy Levitt, Mentor, A Siemens Business
12.10 Open Source Tools for Formal Verification of Verilog HDL: Yosys, Yosys-SMTBMC and SymbiYosys
– Clifford Wolf, Researcher
12.40 Lunch and Networking
13.50 Coverage Reloaded: Signing Off Designs with Confidence
– Dr Ashish Darbari, Onespin Solutions
14.20 Porting and Verifying a pre-RTL Legacy Design
– Gila Logic, Elchanan Rappaport
14.50 Refreshments and Networking
15.10 Formal for the Masses: The Latest and Greatest in User Friendly Formal Technology
– Iain Singleton, Synopsys
15.40 Are We There Yet? Twenty Years of Formal Verification in Critical Software …
Rod Chapman, Altran UK
16.10 Panel Discussion
16.40 Close