VLSI Certification Course for Professionals

Why learn course for professional?

  • In-depth coverage of Industry standard verification language and Universal Verification Methodology.
  • Projects will be focused using industry based approach to enhance practical exposure.
  • Industry specialists and experienced professionals to deliver this course.

About the Course

  • The course starts with Verilog language semantics, syntax and simulation using Verilog based testbench.
  • SystemVerilog language semantics and simulation fundamentals such as arrays, Inter-Process communication, events and race conditions, which feed into closely related entities in program block, clocking block, and interfaces.
  • Professionals will teach how to develop a complete verification environment by building flexible testbench components via the use of virtual interfaces, classes, mailboxes, dynamic arrays, and queues, etc.
  • Functional coverage in the form of covergroup, coverpoint and bins will round up the development of a complete verification environment. You will become familiar with the flexibility of an OOP-centric technique, the power of constrained random verification and the use of functional coverage tools to ensure the success of a verification project.
  • Concepts taught in class are reinforced with peculiar examples. In addition to in-class hands-on labs, you will work on a required project to build an advanced OOP testbench and verification environment, with transaction-level and layered architecture.
  • Professionals will create a test plan, develop an OOP based verification environment, perform functional coverage.
Course Objectives
  • This course builds strong foundation in SystemVerilog to become proficient in Verification Using UVM (Universal Verification Methodology).
  • Gain familiarity with working in a SOC design flow and architecture

Course Duration : 9 weeks

Who should go for this course?
  • Course is targeted to experienced VLSI engineer looking to enhance their job opportunities and skill sets.
  • Non-VLSI professionals who have a passion to learn VLSI.
  • Knowledge of digital electronics, basic programming fundamentals, C/C++ and some hardware verification experience.

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