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According to a recent Semico Research report, the RISC-V Core IP market is expected to grow at a 34.9% CAGR through year 2027. With increasing popularity, it is of utmost importance that the RISC-V Core IPs are secure and bug free.
In this joint Synopsys webinar with SyoSil, will discuss how to use formal verification to ensure functional correctness and security of RISC-V Cores. We will cover the high-level formal verification goals and example tasks so attendees can obtain a comprehensive view of the many facets of RISC-V Core verification using formal technologies. We will explore a specific case study that uses the so-called ‘S2QED’ methodology to verify a scalar five-stage RISC-V Core. We will also show a demo for this case study using Synopsys VC Formal.
The attendees will walk away with a comprehensive understanding of the formal verification requirements for RISC-V Cores to ensure functionality and security, as well as specific examples of using formal property verification to find intra- and inter-instruction design bugs.
Listed below are the industry leaders scheduled to speak.
Sr Staff Application Engineer
Sid Papineni is a Sr. Staff Applications Engineer at Synopsys and works on formal verification consulting services and Synopsys VC Formal SEQ, DPV, and product engineering activities. Sid has 11+ years of experience in the formal verification domain, focused mainly on formal property verification and datapath validation methodologies.
Frederik Möllerström Lauridsen is a verification engineer at SyoSil. His technical competences and interests lie within both formal verification and SV/UVM based constrained random verification. Frederik holds a PhD degree in mathematics and computer science and a MSc degree in logic from the University of Amsterdam, and a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Copenhagen.