Join Accellera at DVCon U.S. 2024!
For more information on Accellera sessions, including our luncheon focused on Federated Simulation with our guest from Ford Motor Company, visit here.
Now Accepting Scholarship Applications
The Stanley J. Krolikoski Scholarship for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Students is Now Accepting Applications
The 2nd annual scholarship was established to honor our long-time friend and colleague, Stan Krolikoski who was an Accellera Director and Board member for 22 years. He retired from Cadence Design Systems in 2021 as a Fellow. The $1,500 scholarship will be awarded each year to one undergraduate or graduate student. Students can reapply each year. Applications will be accepted between January 1 and March 30 and the recipient will be notified by May 1st.
For more information, including a list of requirements and an application, visit here.
New Functional Safety Whitepaper Available
The Functional Safety Working Group has just released its whitepaper with a focus on the data model. The data model is intended to support the generation and interchange of functional safety content that represents diverse elements of the safety cases of safety-relevant systems, modules, components, and IP in related industries. The data model is a foundational component to complete the working group objectives defined in the Functional Safety Working Group White Paper that was released in 2021.
Download the whitepaper here.
For more information on the working group, including a list of resources, visit the Functional Safety Working Group page.
- Accellera Forms SystemVerilog Mixed-Signal Interface Types Working Group
February 7th, 2024
- Accellera Announces IEEE 1666™-2023 Standard Available Through IEEE GET Program
November 8th, 2023
- Accellera Clock Domain Crossing Draft Standard 0.1 Now Available for Public Review
October 31st, 2023
IEEE Get Program
As part of Accellera's ongoing partnership with the IEEE, Accellera standards are contributed to the IEEE Standards Association for formal standardization and ongoing change control.
The IEEE Get Program has resulted in more than 170,000 downloads to date. To view the standards available, visit the Available IEEE Standards page.