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Upcoming Events

Open Hardware and Software: Accelerating Beyond Moore’s Law and Enabling the Next Wave of Innovation

Want to learn more about open source hardware and software?

Come see us at the Linux Foundation Open Source Summit April 15-18 in Seattle. We will have a mini-summit on Linux Foundation open hardware efforts on April 15 featuring talks from CHIPS Alliance, OpenPower, and RISC-V.

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Past Events

CHIPS Technology Update - November 2023

Check out the presentations below, and watch the replay here

  • Project Open Se Cura – Kenny Vassigh, Bangfei Pan, Cindy Liu, Kai Yick, Google, Michael Gielda, Antmicro, Brian Murray, Verisilicon (slides)
  • Caliptra Workgroup Update - Andres Lagar-Cavilla, Google (slides)
  • Enabling UVM testbenches in Verilator - Michael Gielda, Karol Gugala, Antmicro (slides)
  • FuseSOC: Package manager and build abstraction tool for FPGA/ASIC development - Olof Kindgren, Qamcom (slides)
  • CHIPYard: An Open Source RISC-V Design Frameowrk - Sagar Karandikar, U.C. Berkeley (slides)

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RISC-V Summit North America 2023

Please join us at the RISC-V North American Summit November 7 - 8

Be sure to come visit us at the CHIPS Alliance booth at the event.

Details here:

CHIPS Alliance at the Open Compute Project Global Summit

Please join us at the Open Compute Project Global Summit to hear about the Caliptra Root of Trust collaborative project.

Be sure to come visit us at booth C37 hosted by the Linux Foundation at the event.

Details here

CHIPS Alliance Summer Workshop 2023

Check out the presentations below, and watch the replay here

  • Caliptra & VeeR continuous integration ecosystem – Michael Gielda, Antmicro (slides)
  • Caliptra: Validating firmware against multiple hardware models in CI - Kor Nielsen, Google
  • OmniXtend: coherent scaleout over commodity fabrics - Jaco Hoffman, Westen Digital (slides)
  • CHISEL 3 and Beyond - Jack Koenig, SiFive (slides)
  • Single Source library for digital design and virtual prototyping - Mikhail Moiseev, Intel (slides)
  • Building Confidence in Open IC Design using OpenFASOC - Mehdi Saligane, University of Michigan (slides)

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CHIPS Alliance Fall Workshop 2022

Check out the presentations below, and watch the replay here

  • Caliptra – Bryan Kelly, Microsoft
  • SBOM and HBOM / Zephyr - Kate Stewart, Linux Foundation
  • F4PGA tools in the classroom - Mike Wirthlin, Jeff Goeders, BYU (slides)
  • Datasets for Machine Learning for Chip Design - Aman Arora, UT-Austin (slides)
  • Open source SystemVerilog / UVM support and scaling for large designs in Verilator 5.0 and beyond, Michael Gielda, Antmicro (slides)
  • Lowering barriers to chip design using OpenFASOC, AWG activities and tapeouts, Mehdi Saligane, University of Michigan (slides)
  • Global Foundries Open PDK, Karthik Chandrasekaran, Global Foundries
  • Caravel SOC Learnings, Mohammed Kassem, Efabless, (slides)
  • Intel Compiler for SystemC, Mikhail Moiseev, Intel (slides)
  • Renode co-simulation for Caravel, Peter Gielda, Antmicro (slides)

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CHIPS Alliance First 2022 Biannual Technology Update

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Check out the presentations below:

  • Introduction – Rob Mains, CHIPS Alliance
  • Updates of Android on RISC-V – Han Mao, Alibaba (slides)
  • Chisel and FIRRTL for Next-Generation SoC Designs– Jack Koenig, SiFive (slides)
  • Introducting the F4PGA Workgroup– Michael Gielda, Karol Gugala, Antmicro (slides)
  • Chiplet IP Protocol– Dave Kehlet, Intel (slides)
  • NVMe Computational Storage Processor for Edge & Datacenter Applications, Anand Kulkarni, Wester Digital (slides)
  • Towards Open Source Models of Cryogenic CMOS : Brian Hoskins and Pragya Shrestha, NIST (slides)
  • Latest Statistics from Google’s No Cost Shuttle Program : Tim Ansell, Google : (slides)

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CHIPS Alliance Fall Workshop 2021

Check out the presentations below, and watch the replay here

  • Porting Android to RISC-V Alibaba – Guoyin Chen and Han Mao, Alibaba (replay) (slides)
  • Practical Adoption of Open Source System Verilog Tools – Michael Gielda, Antmicro (replay) (slides)
  • Chisel and FIRRTL for Next-Generation SoC Designs– Jack Koenig, SiFive (replay) (slides)
  • OpenFASOC: Automated Open Source Analog and Mixed-Signals IC Generation – Mehdi Saligane, University of Michigan (UMICH) (replay) (slides)
  • FPGA Tooling Interoperability with the FPGA Interchange Format – Maciej Kurc, Antmicro (replay) (slides)
  • OmniXtend: Scalability and LPC – Jaco Hofmann, Western Digital Corporation (replay) (slides)
  • Open Source NVME IP with AI Acceleration – Anand Kulkarni, Western Digital Corporation and Karol Gugala, Antmicro (replay) (slides)
  • Automating Analog Layout using ALIGN – Sachin Sapatnekar, University of Minnesota (UMN) (replay) (slides)

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CHIPS Alliance Spring Workshop 2021

Check out the presentations below, and watch the replay here

  • Chipyard - Bora Nikolic, UC Berkeley (slides)
  • RISC-V DV Workgroup Updates Tao Liu / Matt Cockrell, Google (slides)
  • Open Source Flows in ASIC & FPGA Development Michael Gielda, Antmicro
  • Open-Source AIB Chiplet Ecosystem David Kehlet, Intel (slides)
  • OmniXtend Milestone Updates Dejan Vucinic, Western Digital (slides)
  • Chisel advances for next-gen SOC Designs Jack Koenig, SiFive (slides)
  • Codasip SweRV Core Support Package in a Nutshell Zdenek Prikyl, Codasip (slides)
  • An Introduction to the OpenROAD project Andrew Kahng / Tom Spyrou, OpenROAD (slides)
  • Open Source FPGA Tooling Brian Faith, Quicklogic (slides)
  • Fully Open Silicon Down to the Transistor Tim Ansell, Google (slides)

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