[hpc-announce] FPGA Ignite 2023 Summer School (Heidelberg University, July 31 – Aug. 4): Call for Participation

Dirk Koch dirk.koch at manchester.ac.uk
Wed Jun 28 16:47:48 CDT 2023

Call for Participation and Attendee Contributions 

FPGA Ignite 2023 Summer School
Heidelberg University, July 31 – Aug. 4

The FPGA Ignite Summer School series is a forum for bringing together established and new researchers in the field of reconfigurable computing and FPGAs.
The goal is to identify and form new trends, educate people and facilitating collaborations within the reconfigurable computing community.

The FPGA Ignite 2023 issue will have a strong emphasis on open-source hardware and tools.

Topics include HLS tools, Logic Synthesis (including interesting specialties for research), FPGA Place&Route as well as FPGA chip design.
Confirmed lecturers include Jason Anderson (University of Toronto), Nina Engelhardt (YosysHQ), Matthew Venn (designed the Zero to ASIC course), Myrtle Shah (maintainer of nextpnr) and others.

During a hackathon on the last day, attendees will design an FPGA with custom tiles that will be manufactured in Sky130 technology.

Find the program on  

Thanks to kind support from the Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung, registrations can be offered free of charge.
However, there only a few places left, so do not hesitate to follow the registration instructions on the website.

Kind regards,
Dirk Koch, Heidelberg University, Germany
Daniel Ziener, TU Ilmenau, Germany
(organizers of the FPGA-Ignite 2023)

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