Chisel is a Scala-embedded hardware description language developed at UC Berkeley. This bootcamp will get you up to speed on Chisel and show you how to design simple hardware using Chisel.
RocketChip Generator is an open-source RISC-V SoC generator written in Chisel and developed at UC Berkeley. This session will show you how the Chisel and RocketChip toolchains can be used to design, simulate, and deploy custom hardware. We will walk through a simple design example of a custom accelerator and how it is integrated into the RocketChip ecosystem.
Lunch is provided on Friday, September 6. Please email Lisa Wu Wills to indicate any dietary restrictions.
Only email cancellation requests received before August 30, 2019 will be refunded, and will be subject to a $10 administrative processing fee. Please email Cheryl Wallace for any registration questions and refund requests.
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