Chisel: Software-Defined Hardware

Chisel: Software-Defined Hardware
Performance increase with general-purpose processors has come to a halt. We can no longer depend on Moore's Law to increase computing performance.

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 masca@dtu.dk 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.

Catering during the meeting: Coffee and tea at the beginning, and a sandwich in the break.

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Information
  • When

    22. sep. 2021 16:00 - 19:00
  • Where

    IDA Conference, Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, 1780 København V

  • Registration Deadline

    21. sep. 2021 - 23:59

  • Organizer

    IDA IT

  • Available Seats

    20

  • Event Number

    340688