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Cambridge RISC-V Meetup
19 June 2019 @ 6:00 pm-8:30 pm
Following our successful first RISC-V Meetup in Cambridge last November, we are pleased to invite you to join us at our second one on Wednesday 19th June 2019, which will take place at Westminster College, Cambridge, and will be hosted by UltraSoC and Imperas Software!
The evening will start at 6pm with a networking session, including refreshments. We will have a number of interesting speakers, and there will also be live technical demonstrations.
- Gajinder Panesar – UltraSoC CTO
To include a brief RISC-V Overview
- Guest speaker: Jeremy Bennett – Embecosm
‘Open source tool chains: Options for professional software development’
- Guest speaker: Jonathan Woodruff – Cambridge University
‘TestRIG – Eliminating the test-gap between specification and implementation’
- Guest speakers: Alasdair Armstrong and Robert Norton-Wright
– Research associates at University of Cambridge with the REMS project
‘Modelling RISC-V with Sail’
- Guest speaker – John Goodacre
– Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Network
‘Digital Security by Design – Industrial Strategy’
An Overview and Introduction to funded development for secure digital computing infrastructure
- Simon Davidmann – Imperas Founder & CEO
To include wrap-up remarks and introduction to demo tables
Please click here to book your place.
Places are limited, so please book soon! We look forward to seeing you there.
Please visit https://riscv.org/ for more information about RISC-V, and to read how, as a member of the RISC-V Foundation, UltraSoC is deeply involved in developing and defining the debug architecture for RISC-V standards, visit https://www.ultrasoc.com/technology-2/risc-v/. Imperas helps RISC-V developers with virtual platforms and tools for early software development, RISC-V compliance testing and test development. Visit http://www.imperas.com/imperas-riscv-solutions
You may like to check out our blog post from our first Cambridge Meetup: ‘RISC-V in Cambridge’.
Also, if you are interested in speaking at a forthcoming RISC-V Meetup, please do get in touch by sending an email to email@example.com. This community is to provide an open platform for all in which to share experiences, to build understanding and open doors to opportunities based on the RISC-V architecture.