Mr. Patrick Lehmann studied computer science at Technische Universität Dresden, Germany. He started to teach computer engineering and architecture as a tutor in his 3rd year. Later on he specialized in digital design, FPGA technology, and high speed communications. He shared his gained knowledge in labs, in research articles, and on social platforms. His research focuses on digital design with VHDL as well as the integration of EDA design steps into a Git and web services based development flow. Mr. Lehmann is one of developers and maintainers of The PoC-Library, a platform and vendor independent open source IP core library. He is also a contributor to the free VHDL simulator GHDL. In 2016, he started an initiative called "Open Source VHDL Group". Mr. Lehmann is active in the IEEE P1076 "VHDL Analysis and Standardization Group" since 2014. He detailed and wrote major parts of the language changes for the upcoming VHDL revision. In 2017 he became an IEEE Standards Association member and was announced vice-chair of the P1076 working group. Since June 2017, Mr. Lehmann got employed by PLC2 GmbH as a developer and trainer.
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