[Cerowrt-devel] Fwd: lowRISC at ORConf 2015 (Oct 9th-11th, Geneva)
dave.taht at gmail.com
Sun Aug 16 06:17:30 EDT 2015
While I remain a huge fan of millcomputing's architecture, the sheer
amount of energy and excitement going into the risc-v derived designs
cannot be denied. Anyone going to this conference?
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From: lowRISC Announcements <list at ann.lowrisc.org>
Date: Sun, Aug 16, 2015 at 3:11 AM
Subject: lowRISC at ORConf 2015 (Oct 9th-11th, Geneva)
To: dave.taht at gmail.com
Please join us October 9th-11th in Geneva, Switzerland for ORConf
2015 (http://openrisc.io/orconf/). The event is kindly being hosted by CERN at
the IdeaSquare. Last year's ORConf was home to the first public talk on
lowRISC and we're pleased this year it will also be hosting a series of lowRISC
and RISC-V discussions, serving as a European lowRISC and RISC-V workshop.
ORConf has in recent years grown to cover a range of open source hardware
topics beyond the original OpenRISC focus. Expect presentations and discussion
on free and open source IP projects, implementations on FPGA and in silicon,
verification, EDA tools, licensing and embedded software, to name a few.
The event will run from 13:00 until 18:30 on Friday, 09:30 until 19:30 on
Saturday, and from 09:30 until 15:30 on Sunday. Friday will consist primarily
of breakout sessions, planning, and discussion regarding lowRISC. If you are
already contributing or your are thinking of getting involved and want to
learn more, you are very welcome to join us. If you would like to present,
please do submit a proposal either via the link at the ORConf
website or to me at asb at lowrisc.org. We hope to see many of you there - please
register here: http://goo.gl/forms/KRZux8vnyO.
If you haven't been to the blog for a while and are wondering what's been
going on in the world of RISC-V and lowRISC, you may be interested in our
summary of the presentations at the second RISC-V workshop:
-- The lowRISC team
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