New to DVCon? Need a quick "How-to-Submit to DVCon" guide? Look no further! Check out this easy-to-follow guide and breeze through the process.
If you have any questions about the content or scope of your submission please contact: Ambar Sarkar or Shankar Hemmady
- Saturday, August 25 - Abstract submission deadline - CLOSED!
Friday, October 5- NOW Tuesday, October 16 - Notification of acceptance and request to submit a final paper OR notification of rejection
- Wednesday, November 14 - Registration deadline (if accepted)
- Wednesday, November 14 - Full draft of final paper submission deadline (if accepted)
Abstract proposal guidelines:
- Submit an 800-1000 word extended abstract highlighting what you wish to present at DVCon. Your extended abstract will be evaluated by the program committee. The deadline is Tuesday, August 21.
- Authors of exceptionally strong abstracts will be invited to submit a full paper for oral or poster presentation at the conference. Notification will be sent by Tuesday, October 16 to inform those who are accepted to submit a final paper. Reject notices will also be sent October 16.
- Accepted speakers will be required to register for the conference before they may be able to submit a draft fnal paper for review by the TPC and ultimate entry into the 2013 Proceedings. Final paper submission and registration must be completed by Wednesday, November 14. Failure to do so will lead to removal from the technical program.
- Authors of accepted oral and poster presentations will present their work at DVCon on Tuesday, February 26 or Wednesday, February 27.
- A title (be creative!)
- Name, affiliation, phone number and email addresses for all authors.
- An introduction that specifies the context and motivation of the submission.
- A summary of the specific contributions of your work.
- A summary that highlights results. To evaluate your contribution, you must specify some results.
- References, if appropriate
- Your extended abstract can be at most two pages. You can format it in single or double column.
Provide enough details so that the Technical Program Committee can evaluate the potential quality and interest of your possible presentation at DVCon. A one-paragraph summary will not fulfill this requirement.
- Formal and semi-formal techniques
- Static verification techniques
- ESL and/or TLM for system-level design and verification
- Hardware/software co-design and co-verification
- Mixed-signal design and verification
- Power-aware design and verification
- System-on-Chip design and verification
- Network-on-Chip design and verification
- Using multiple HDLs and/or HVLs in a design cycle
- Automated stimulus generation methods
- Verification techniques that really work (and what did not work)
- Verification process and resource management
- Assertion-based verification
- Coverage-driven verification
- Design and verification IP experiences, good and bad
- Debug techniques for HVL testbenches and complex software-style testbenches
- Debug techniques for SoCs with black-box and grey-box IP
- Debug techniques for ESL and abstract models
- Software engineering techniques for advanced testbenches
- Deployment of recently approved standards
Final Paper Requirements:
If your extended abstract is accepted, and you are asked to produce a full paper, details on paper guidelines and registration will be sent along with your notification letter.
If you have any questions about the submission process, please contact Lindsy Bentz.
Paradigm Works, Inc.
Program Vice Chair