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This summer, I got the opportunity to work as a Formal Verification Intern with Axiomise for six weeks. I’m a keen designer and love working in design and architecture. Although, I’ve not started my professional career yet, I have done most of my projects as a designer in my undergraduate and postgraduate studies.

Having said that, I was always curious to know – how do we test that the design works? How is verification done in the industry? I had a prior design experience in building a RISC-V core using TL-Verilog in a workshop organized by Kunal Ghosh and Steve Hoover. Extending my work, I implemented RISC-V designed during the workshop on FPGA which is described in more detail over here. But verification – God what would it be like? I was not sure how to best use the six-week time window to learn something from scratch and then apply it for verifying real processors.

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