Some designs have multiple Safety Mechanisms for failure detection. As practice shows, one of the Safety Mechanisms needs to be set as a detection point, fault simulation is to be performed. Despite a significant amount of fault simulations there will probably be some Single Point Faults (SPFs) that are not covered by the particular safety […]
About Sesha Sai Kumar
Sesha Sai Kumar C.V has more than 25 years of rich VLSI eco-system experience from Concept to Chip. Started his career as a Scientist in India’s Defence RnD, he worked at Synopsys, LSI Logic, ArchPro (acquired by Synopsys). He worked on Applications Engineering in the field of, Functional Safety and Fault Campaign, Low Power VLSI verification, Clock Domain Crossing, Concept to Chip Digital Designs, and VLSI education. Sesha has co-founded SkandVLSI, introducing a Learn-Practice-teach platform called VGuru Verilog/VHDL with interactive guidance for university undergrads. He holds a BTech in Electronics and Communications Engineering from SV University, India.
Sesha is a Certified Semiconductor Automotive Functional safety professional (SC-AFSP by SGS-TUV SAAR).
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 850104.