RISC-V Day Online Vietnam 2020 Program Schedule
September 18, 2020 (Fri) 10:00 – 17:00 ICT (Indochina Time, GMT+7)
The hashtag for the conference is #riscv_day.
|Speaker | Affiliation
|Welcome and Introduction from Moderator
|Takahiro Kitayama*| KAMAKE no SUSUME Corp.
|Why Are We Using RISC-V as a Model Processor for University Education?
|Hideharu Amano* | Keio University
|RISC-V: Instruction Sets Want to be Free
|Krste Asanovic*, Chairman, RISC-V International / University of California, Berkeley
|Vanguard – the first Open Source RISC-V SoC project in Vietnam
|VLSI Technology Page, Quynh Do-ngoc* and Quan Nguyen-hung
|Advanced SIMD architecture derived by applying RISC-V architecture
|Yamaguchi Yoshiki*, Tan Yuxi, and Abdelhamid Riadh Ben | University of Tsukuba
|RISC-V Linux Distro Status and Build System for RPM-like System
|Wei Fu | Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat Software (Beijing) Co., Ltd.Shanghai Branch
|Microprocessors: X86, ARM, and the future is RISC-V
|Thang Tran, Ph.D | Principal Engineer, Andes Technology
|TEE Hardware for RISC-V Implementation
|Ckristian Duran*, Trong-Thuc Hoang, Cong-Kha Pham | UEC, Akira Tsukamoto, Kuniyasu Suzaki | AIST, TRASIO
|ASA RISC-V Processor Optimized For Edge AI/ML, Security, Smart IoT Sensors
|Islam Md Ashraful*, ASAMicro
|RISC-V Dedicated High-Performance Computers for Designing Medicine
|Makoto Taiji*, RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research
|Research and Development Activities on RISC-V and its Applications for IoTs
|Duy-Hieu Bui* | SISLAB, VNU University of Engineering and Technology, and Xuan-Tu Tran | Vietnam National University, Hanoi
|Digital Design in Chisel
|Martin Schoeberl*, Associate Professor, Technical University of Denmark
|New RISC-V Security Directions
|Shumpei Kawasaki*, SH Consulting Vietnam Company Limited
|AI: Scale from Edge to Server with RISC-V and Linux
|Florian Wohlrab*, Head of Sales for EMEA and Japan, Andes Technology
|Greetings from Organizer (Message Read)
|Cong-Kha Pham*, University of Electro-Communications
Virtual Demo Booth
The virtual demo booth provides opportunities for visitors to “see” demos and ask questions through a live streaming.
A Book of Interest
This book is an introduction into digital design with the focus on using the hardware construction language Chisel. Chisel brings advances from software engineering, such as object-orientated and functional languages, into digital design.This book addresses hardware designers and software engineers. Hardware designers, with knowledge of Verilog or VHDL, can upgrade their productivity with a modern language for their next ASIC or FPGA design. Software engineers, with knowledge of object-oriented and functional programming, can leverage their knowledge to program hardware, for example, FPGA accelerators executing in the cloud.The approach of this book is to present small to medium-sized typical hardware components to explore digital design with Chisel. Press here and choose red pill or blue pill.
Looking forward to seeing you all !