11 December 2018


FPGA-forum is a yearly event for the Norwegian FPGA community. FPGA-designers, project managers, technical managers, researchers, final year students and the major vendors gather for a two-day focus on FPGA. There will be presentations from the Norwegian industry about methodology and practical experience, – the universities will present new and exciting projects, and the vendors will have technical presentations with a minimum of marketing.

At the exhibition, you can evaluate tools and technology from the leading vendors. FPGA-forum also provides an excellent opportunity to meet and exchange experience with the Norwegian FPGA-community – during the breaks – and during the official dinner party on Wednesday.


Besides the exhibition, Mentor will host this presenation:


Portable Stimulus for SystemVerilog, VHDL and C-based Verification Environments“

The Portable Test and Stimulus Standard (PSS) defines a specification to create abstract, easily-reusable representations of stimulus and test scenarios. When using PSS, a single description of the verification intent is defined and the tool generates reusable scenario-level stimuli retarget-able across simulation, emulation, and other verification targets. Using PSS creates higher quality tests, controls repetition and redundancy, and results in 10X faster achievement of target coverage.


In this presentation, Stefan Bauer, one of Mentor’s verification experts, will introduce this new standard and show how PSS can be used to generate scenario-level tests for SystemVerilog/UVM, VHDL, and even C-based verification environments from a single abstract model.


Check this link for the FPGA Forum Program.





13th and 14th of February 2019



Royal Garden Hotel, Kjoepmannsgt. 73, Trondheim, 7010, Norway



09:00 - 17:00 hr