RISC-V Summit China is a major international event to share technical and business innovation around RISC-V. The global event brings together the community for a multi-track conference, tutorials, exhibitions and more. In partnership with RISC-V International, Beijing Institute of Open Source Chip (BOSC) will be the host… Read More
The open-source digital design conference
September 15th to 17th in Munich, Germany.
FOSSi Foundation are pleased to announce ORConf 2023 will be taking place in beautiful Munich, Germany on September, 15th to 17th, 2023. It will start Friday morning and Sunday is currently reserved for tutorials and workshops.
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Co-located with ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2020 May 9 – May 11, 2023 – Bologna, Italy
We are excited to announce a new workshop on the topic of open-source hardware, to be held concurrently with Computing Frontiers 2023.
Aim and Scope
The workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners… Read More
Virtually co-sponsored by ICCAD 2022 on November 3, 2022!
The WOSET workshop aims to galvanize the open-source EDA movement. The workshop will bring together EDA researchers who are committed to open-source principles to share their experiences and coordinate efforts towards developing a reliable, fully open-source EDA … Read More
RISC-V processor IP is abundant. Open-source code for RISC-V is also widely available, but typically project-based code solves one specific problem. Using only pieces of code, it’s often up to a development team integrate a complete application-ready stack for creating an embedded device. A commercial embedded software development… Read More
At Veriest we host VERIFICATION MEETUPS periodically to share verification wisdom. In our virtual meetings we’ve had hundreds of attendants from the US, Europe, Israel, India, and China. Most recently we were able to host a live event in Israel – I want to share feedback from that meeting.
We started with two presentations:… Read More
The DVCon conference and exhibition finished up in California just as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was ramping up in March, but at least they finished the conference by altering the schedule a bit. Umesh Sisodia, CEO at CircuitSutra Technologies presented at DVCON on the topic, Using High-Level Synthesis to Migrate Open… Read More
By now most people are quite comfortable with the idea of using an open source operating system for many computing tasks. It speaks volumes that Unix, and Linux in particular, is used in the vast majority of engineering, financial, data base, machine learning, data center, telecommunications and many other applications. It was… Read More
We periodically see that “software ate the world” line – I’m pretty sure I’ve used it a couple times myself. The fact is, software doesn’t run itself; never has, never will. Somewhere there has to be an underlying computer. First it was on beads, then in gears, then in tubes.… Read More