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What is Next for SystemC?

Comments(0)Filed under: System Design and Verification, SystemC, TLM, osci, high level synthesis, hls

Let your voice be heard at the North American SystemC Users Group  interactive Town Hall Meeting!

You are invited to a lively discussion for the system-level design community on the state of SystemC and what lies ahead. Providing an interactive format that encourages audience response and questions, this first ever town hall meeting features an open discussion on the state of SystemC, where it's at and where it's going. Design experts from OSCI Working Groups will address user questions on SystemC and its applications, and the technology standards necessary to meet their challenges today and in the future.

Send us Your Questions! The Town Hall features an audience polling system to instantly capture feedback and provide results in real time. We invite you to send questions in advance to the audience and/or our design experts. To submit questions in advance, e-mail osci_events@lists.systemc.org. To best use the audience polling devices, please phrase questions as either multiple choice or to elicit "yes" and "no" answers. Questions for the experts may also be open ended.

Win a prize for Most Useful Question! The question that receives the most "yes" responses to our poll of "who asked most useful question" during our forum will receive a prize valued at $200 or more. Questions submitted by an attendee before or during the meeting are eligible. You MUST be present to win.

Featured Experts

Moderated by Ed Sperling, Consulting Editor of Chip Design magazine and System-level Design online community, the town hall meeting features the following OSCI Working Groups and design experts:

  • Analog/Mixed-signal: Dr. Christoph Grimm, AMSWG Vice-Chair
  • Configuration, Control & Inspection: Trevor Wieman, CCIWG Chair
  • Language and Synthesis: Mike Meredith, LWG Chair and SWG Vice-Chair
  • Transaction-level Modeling: John Aynsley, TLM Library Verification Manual Author
  • Verification: Speaker confirmation pending

The town hall meeting will take place July 27 from 4:00 - 5:00pm as part of the North American SystemC User's Group (NASCUG). Don't pass up this opportunity!

View complete agenda, abstracts, and meeting details.

Co-located with DAC 2009
San Francisco Marriott, Room Salon 10

North American SystemC Users Group
Monday, July 27
Presentations: 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Town Hall Meeting: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Networking Reception: 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

FREE to industry professionals

Click here to register.


Steve Brown

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