European Verification Week
November 19, 21, 22
UK - France - Germany
co-organized by TVS and ECSI
Following the exceptional response to the first Verification Conference, TVS and ECSI are pleased to announce that this year’s conference will be held in three European cities:
Last year’s event in the UK involved 300 people from over 100 organisations across 21 countries and we anticipate that the number of people reached will double, if not triple. We will also be offering the opportunity for delegates to attend via remote access if they are unable to be present at the venues.
We only have a few places at each level of sponsorship as we are aiming to achieve a good balance between sponsor and user talks. As an exhibitor you will have the opportunity to boost your profile, make new contacts and sell products and services. We offer a wide range of opportunities to participate in the conference series, including promotional and branding opportunities.
If you have specific ideas of how you would like to achieve extra prominence we are always open to discuss new possibilities.
Monday, 19th November 2012
The conference will be held at the Savill Court Hotel & Spa which is one of the finest 4-star hotels near Windsor. Set amidst the splendour of 22 acres of manicured gardens and secluded woodland the hotel is only a ten minute drive from London Heathrow, with excellent rail and road links to the M25 and M4.
The conference will take place in the Upper Great Hall which has a capacity for 350 delegates and the auditorium has excellent audio and visual capabilities. The 404 m2 exhibition and refreshment area is directly below in the Lower Great Hall.
We have secured a preferential rate for bed and breakfast (single room £95.00 and double room £115.00).
Wednesday, 21st November 2012
The conference will make a strategic stop in Grenoble this year. The city’s scientific community includes strong alliances between industry, research and education. Leading industries include STMicroelectronics, Hewlett-Packard, Sun Microsystems, Schneider Electric, CapGemini, France Telecom, Bull, Soitec and many other high-tech small and medium enterprises in embedded system domain, hardware and software design. Grenoble’s innovative culture derives from Universities, research centres and scientific facilities such as Minatec, Minalogic, the synchrotron, CEA-Leti, INRIA CNRS INPG, Verimag and the Grenoble Institute of Technology.
The conference will be held at the MINATEC Micro and Nanotechnology Innovation campus in Grenoble. It is home to 2,400 researchers, 1,200 students and 600 business and technology transfer experts on a 20 hectare state-of-the-art campus and is an international hub for micro and nanotechnology research. The campus has excellent transport links and only 3 tram stops from the centre and train station. The auditorium has a maximum capacity of 400 with excellent audio and visual capabilities. There is a separate area for exhibition and refreshments.
Thursday, 22nd November 2012
Our third stop is Munich (Muenchen), home of some 1.3 million people; it is the capital of southern Bavaria, and one of Germany’s major cultural centres. It’s also one of Germany’s most festive cities, and its location, at the foot of the Alps is idyllic. Munich is enchantingly sophisticated and is often referred to as the “City with Heart”. Munich’s centralised location makes it an ideal technological centre for industries such as Infineon, Intel Mobile Communication, Lantiq, BMW, Seimens, Fujitsu, Freescale, LSI, EADS Astrium and several others. The city is also home to the prestigious Technological University of Munich.
The conference will be held at the Campeon (Infineon/IMC Campus) in Munich. The venue holds 100/120 people with excellent meeting facilities and travel links.