THE RISC-V WORKSHOP CHENNAI
The microprocessor IP market is being disrupted, and RISC-V is fast gaining support as an attractive license-free approach to architecture. This open standard collaboration will transform and reshape established world order of the silicon market, and the implications of this change will resonate from Silicon Valley to Silicon Fenn and beyond.
Now is the time to explore this disruptive technology, learn about its benefits, and understand the commercial implications for the strategy of your company and for those of your competitors.
Join the expansive and international RISC-V ecosystem in Chennai this July to discuss current and prospective RISC-V projects and implementations, as well as influence the future evolution of the instruction set architecture (ISA).
WHAT TO EXPECT
In-depth Technical Education
Two full days of presentations and updates (18th and 19th July) on the RISC-V architecture, commercial and open-source implementations, software and silicon, vectors and security, applications and accelerators, simulation infrastructure and much more.
Leaders in the Ecosystem
The speaking lineup will include leaders from the major players in the RISC-V ecosystem, including the leading technology companies and research institutions driving the RISC-V ISA specification.
No RISC-V workshop is complete without our networking reception where you can take time to relax and mingle with your peers.
During the networking reception you can also visit demo zone where there will be live product and service demos allowing you to explore the latest innovations on the market.
RISC-V WORKSHOP CHENNAI WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - THE PERFECT LOCATION TO MEET WITH YOUR PEERS AND EXCHANGE LEARNING
The Indian Institute of Technology is a public engineering institute located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. As one of the Indian Institutes of Technology, it is recognised as an Institute of National Importance.
Thanks to Our Organizers
The RISC-V Workshop Chennai is made possible by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras and the program committee.
Chair: G S Madhusudan, Incore Semiconductors and IIT Madras
Vice Chair: Roger Espasa, Esperanto Technologies
Producer: Tami Carter, Informa
Zvonimir Bandic, Western Digital
Trevor Carlson, National University of Singapore
Chester Rebeiro, IIT Madras
Kamakoti Veezhinathan, IIT Madras
Rick O’Connor, RISC-V Foundation