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1st RISC-V Workshop Proceedings

By January 14, 2015October 1st, 2020No Comments

January 14-15, 2015
Marriott Hotel, Monterey, CA


The goals of this workshop are to inform the community of recent activity in the various RISC-V projects underway around the globe and to build consensus on future steps in the RISC-V project, while the bootcamp provides an opportunity to learn about the existing RISC-V infrastructure from the RISC-V development team. The workshop and bootcamp will feature demos of multiple RISC-V silicon tapeouts as well as FPGA board designs and associated software tools.


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Time Event Speaker (Affiliation) Media
12:00pm Lunch & Registration
1:00pm Introductions and Welcome Krste Asanović (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
1:45pm RISC-V Projects in India Neel Gala (IIT-Madras, India) Slides | Video
2:15pm LowRISC SoC Alex Bradbury (Cambridge, UK) Slides | Video
2:45pm Break
3:15pm RISC-V at BlueSpec Rishiyur Nikhil (BlueSpec Inc.) Slides | Video
3:45pm RISC-V Software Toolchain Andrew Waterman (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
4:15pm RISC-V “Rocket Chip” SoC Generator in Chisel Yunsup Lee (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
4:45pm Break
5:15pm Poster and Demo Previews David Patterson (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
6:00pm Breakout Topic Discussion Krste Asanović (UC Berkeley)
6:15pm Dinner with Breakouts
7:45pm Poster and Demo Session
9:30pm Lubricated and Informal Discussions

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Time Event Speaker (Affiliation) Media
8:00am Breakfast
9:00am Report Back from Dinner Breakouts David Patterson (UC Berkeley)
9:30am Feedback Session Krste Asanović (UC Berkeley)
10:30am Break: End of Workshop, Start of Bootcamp
11:00am Bootcamp Introduction Krste Asanović (UC Berkeley)
11:01am Structure of the RISC-V Software Stack Sagar Karandikar (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
11:20am Debugging on RISC-V Albert Ou (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
11:35am Porting New Code to RISC-V with OpenEmbedded Martin Maas (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
11:45am RISC-V Testing Environments Stephen Twigg (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm Chisel Quick Tutorial Jonathan Bachrach (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
1:45pm Working with Rocket Chip, Adding Extensions, ASIC and FPGA Infrastructure Colin Schmidt (UC Berkeley) Slides | Video
3:00pm Lab Time/Discussion Tables
5:00pm End of Bootcamp


You may register for the workshop/bootcamp here.


Transportation/ Parking

There is valet parking at the hotel at a cost of $24 USD per day, with in/out privilege. There is also public parking about two and half blocks from the hotel at a cost of $7 USD per day, or each time you enter the parking structure (no in/out privilege). The closest parking structure is at: 340 Tyler St., Monterey, CA. Map of local parking structures:
For those flying: The closest airport is San Jose International Airport. Please make your own shuttle arrangements.

Local Hotels

The conference hotel may be booked for the nights of Jan 14th and 15th. Here is a list of local hotels in case you still need to make hotel accommodations:
Within a block or two:

  • Portola Plaza Hotel 831-649-4511 or 888-222-5851
  • Hotel Pacific 831-373-5700
  • Monterey Hotel 800-966-6490

About 3 or more blocks away:

  • Casa Munras Hotel 831-375-2411
  • Hotel Abrego 831-372-7551

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