November 14, 2019
Hotel Radisson Blu, Bengaluru

Call for Paper

Abstract & Paper Submission Schedule

Call for Abstract Submission opens 24 June 2019
Call for Abstract Submission closes 31 August 2019
Acceptance notification 10 September 2019
Final Paper Submission due on 27 September 2019
Conference and Presentation Day 14 November 2019

Guidelines for Submission

  • Guidelines for Abstract
  • Guidelines for Paper
  • Guidelines for Presentation

▪ Proposed Paper title

▪ An introduction specifying the context and motivation of the submission.

▪ Description of the specific contributions of your work.

▪ Summary highlighting results.

▪ Mandatory to use the suggested template format .

▪ Must be approximately 2 pages and may include figures/diagrams/charts/tables

▪ References if required

▪ Paper length should be around 4+ pages, though there is no limitation on the length of the paper submitted

▪ The objective of the study and title/ An introduction that specifies the context and motivation of the submission.

▪ How the problem statement mentioned will provide solution or how the pain point will be eradicated by the solution you have proposed in your study.

▪ Mention the methodologies proposed/executed in conjunction with the study.

▪ A summary that highlights results.

▪ The parameters of successful implementation of the study proposed/done.

▪ Must use the suggested template format

▪ References/Bibliography, if deemed necessary.

▪ Total presentation time is 25 minutes. The presentation should last for 20 minutes maximum with 5 minutes reserved for Q & A.

▪ The objective of the study and title/ An introduction that specifies the context and motivation of the submission.

▪ How the problem statement mentioned will provide solution or how the pain point will be eradicated by the solution you have proposed in your study.

▪ Mention the methodologies proposed/executed in conjunction with the study.

▪ A summary that highlights results.

▪ The parameters of successful implementation of the study proposed/done.

▪ Must use the suggested template format (Attached with this email).

▪ Must be a minimum of 7-8 slides with maximum upto 15 slides (including figures/diagrams/charts/tables)

▪ References/Bibliography, if deemed necessary.

Criteria for Selection of Paper

The paper will be evaluated by the panel of judges appointed by Truechip. The Top 4 Papers will be selected out of the total submissions for DV Track who will present at the conference.

▪ Significance of study

▪ Technical Knowledge

▪ Exclusivity of content

▪ Methodologies used

▪ Innovation used

Suggested Topics for Papers

DV Track

Verification & Validation


▪ Advanced methodologies and   testbenches

▪ Verification processes, regressions and   resource management

▪ Debug and analysis of complex designs

▪ Multi-language design and verification

Machine Learning & Big Data


▪ Automating the Optimization of   Verification Processes

▪ Coverage metrics and data analysis

▪ Performance modeling and/or analysis

Design & Verification reuse and Automation I


▪ Bridging verification and validation   across multiple engines

▪ SoC and IP integration methods and   tools

▪ Automated stimulus generation   methods

▪ Configuration management of IP and   abstraction levels

Design & Verification reuse and Automation II


▪ High-level synthesis from ESL languages

▪ Bridging virtual prototyping, simulation,   emulation and/or FPGA prototyping

▪ Interoperability of models and/or tools

Low-Power Design & Verification


▪ Low-power design and verification

▪ Clock domain crossing verification

▪ Power modeling, estimation and   management

Safety-Critical Design & Verification


▪ Verification and DO-254 compliance

▪ Automotive ISO 26262 Design and   Verification Challenges

▪ Medical or Industrial Verification   Challenges

▪ Requirements-Driven Verification   Methodologies

▪ IP protection and security

Additional Topics 1


▪ Usage of specialized design and   verification languages such as   SystemVerilog, SystemC, and e

▪ Assertions in SVA or PSL

▪ The use of general purpose and scripting   languages such as C, C++, Perl, Python, Tcl   and others

▪ The use of AMS languages

▪ IoT Applications

Additional Topics 2


▪ Usage of Electronic Design Automation   (EDA) tools such as simulation,emulation,   formal verification, virtual prototyping   and/or FPGA prototyping FPGA-based   designs

▪ Applications of the new Accellera   Portable Stimulus Standard

▪ Applications of design patterns or other   innovative language techniques