Our Courses

EmLogic is continuing the courses on FPGA Design and FPGA Verification previously presented by Bitvis. 
The same Author, – the same UVVM architect – and the same Presenter.

Next planned courses: 

  • Advanced VHDL Verification – Made simple:
    November 2021, Time TBD, Online or Classrom in Germany, depending on Covid-19
    See course info ***here***
  • Accellerating FPGA Design: 
    10-11 November 2021, Munich, Germany (If Covid-19 allows)
    See course info ***here***

Courses on demand or request:

  • We do on-site courses (Design, Verification or both) world-wide on request
  • We do public courses  (Design or Verification) world-wide on request 
  • Given sufficient demand – we could arrange courses anywhere
  • Combinations of the above is also possible, and you could be a course facilitator in your area (given that is not already covered by one of our partners)
Send us your Registration, Request or Interest:
  • Register to info@emlogic.no and give the following information: Name, Company name, Company Address, Email, Mobile, – and if required by your company a Purchase order reference.
  • Send a request or your interest to info@emlogic.no and give the following information: Name, Company name, Company Address, and your request interest (preferred time, location, on-site vs public vs online, etc.

Previous Courses – as general info

Live Online 19-23 April 2021.

Date 19-23 April
Time of day 8:30 – 12:30
Language English
Location Live Online
Registration Fee 1850 € (+VAT in Germany and some other countries)
Course responsible Espen Tallaksen, EmLogic (Previously Bitvis), Mob: +47 93421277
Registration If you received an invitation to this course from one of our course partners, please register via them (unless you have been told otherwise).
Otherwise please register to info@emlogic.no and give the following information: Name, Company name, Company Address, Email, Mobile, – and if required by your company a Purchase order reference.
Deadline for registration Temporary deadline 7 April.
Note: “Seating” is limited, and priority will be given based on time of registration.

The three full day classroom course is changed to five four-hour sessions on request.

See Description of course for more info on contents, agenda, etc.