European SystemC User's Group Workshop:OSCI and Accellera Core Technologies for the Next Generation of System-Level Design

Organizer: Axel Braun, European SystemC User's Group & University of Tuebingen, DE 
 
 
Description: 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/ASTC Design 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
University of 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.
The programme is also available here. Room: Konferenz 4
 
 
The registration for this workshop will be handled within the registration 
for DATE conference:
http://www.date-conference.com
 
We're looking forward to meeting you in Dresden!
 

Agenda

Time
Session
08:30
Welcome and Opening
Axel Braun, University of Tuebingen & ESCUG, DE
08:40
Core Section 1: Doulos
IEEE 1666-2011 SystemC Standard
John Aynsley, Doulos, U.K.
09:40
User Section 1: XMOS
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: Sonics and Lantiq
SoC performance evaluation using high performance SystemQ 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: University of Bremen       
SystemC-based ESL Verification Flow Integrating Property Checking and Automatic Debugging
Hoang M. Le, Daniel Grosse, Rolf Drechsler, University of Bremen and DFKI, DE
14:30
Coffee Break
14:50
+++ Please notice modification +++ Core Section 4: VWorks         
Programmable Debug of Linux/Android OS on Virtual PLatforms
Jay Yantchev, VWorks, AU
15:50
User Section 4: Bosch,   Vienna University of Technology       
Using IP-XACT to ease system development with SystemC/TLM The Transparent TLM (TTLM) Approach
Simon Hufnagel, Bosch, DE, Christoph Grimm, Vienna University of Technology, AT
16:20
User Section 5:   Worcester Polytechnic Institute       
System-Level Post-Manufacturing Testing
Zainalabedin Navabi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US 
16:50
Closing
Axel Braun, University of Tuebingen & ESCUG, DE 

Complementary Documentation

European SystemC User's Group Workshop Digest

ESCUG-WS-Digest.pdf

Core Session 1 Doulos (Slides)

Core_Session_1_Doulos.pdf

User Section 1: XMOS (Slides)

User_Session_1_XMOS.pdf

Core Section 2: Synopsys (Slides)

Core_Session_2_Synopsys.pdf

User Section 2: Sonics and Lantiq (Slides)

User_Session_2_SonicsLantiq_Slides.pdf

User Section 2: Sonics and Lantiq (Paper)

User_Session_2_SonicsLantiq_Paper.pdf

Core Section 3: Cadence (Slides)

core_session_3_cadence.pdf

User Section 3: University of Bremen (Slides)

User_Session_3_UBremen.pdf

Core Section 4: VWorks (Slides)

core_session_4_VWorks.pdf

User Section 4: Bosch, Vienna University of Technology

User_Session_4_BoschTUW.pdf

User Section 5: Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Slides)

User_Session_3_UT-WPI.pdf