Digital Design in the 21st Century
Chisel is a hardware construction language implemented as a domain specific language in Scala. Therefore, the full power of a modern programming language is available to describe hardware and, more important, hardware generators. Chisel has been developed at UC Berkeley and successfully used for several tape outs of the RISC-V processor.
At DTU we used Chisel in the T-CREST project and in teaching digital electronics 2 and advanced computer architecture.
Besides presare using small code examples in Chisel Martin will report on experiences on using Chisel in the T-CREST project and in teaching.
There will be added some hands-on lab work, for those participants who bring their laptop and Martin will contact you a few days before the event, regarding SW installation.
Contact Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org and write in the subject-field: IDA IT.
Speaker: Martin Schoeberl, Associate Professor, DTU Compute
Organizer: Finn Gustafsson, IDA IT
Participation free of charge for members of IDA IT og DANSK IT.
God corona-adfærd til IDAs arrangementer
IDA følger naturligvis myndighedernes anvisninger ved afholdelse af fysiske møder og arrangementer. Du skal til gengæld kunne fremvise et gyldigt coronapas, og vi beder dig være opmærksom på, at andre deltagere kan være mere udsatte end dig eller have en anden opfattelse af smitterisiko.
ANYONE CAN JOIN - Most of IDA's events are open to everyone, but you must have an IDA user profile in order to participate. It's free and non-binding - create a user profile now. As a member of IDA, you get a discount on many of our events, so please sign in with your member login when you sign up for an event. Read more about the benefits of an IDA membership here.