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Monthly webinar – XiangShan: An Open-source High-performance RISC-V Processor using Agile Methodology
May 17 @ 16:00 - 17:30
RE: Monthly webinar – XiangShan: An Open-source High-performance RISC-V Processor using Agile Methodology
Speaker: Professor Yungang Bao, Institute of Computing Technology (ICT), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the deputy director of ICT-CAS
Date: Tuesday, May 17th, 2022 4:00 PM (Israel Time).
Dear IEEE Israel chapter members, Dear guests,
The IEEE Computer Society Israel conducts a series of webinars in different areas of computer systems, Software engineering, Computer architectures, data center, accelerators for machine learning, security, and more. The webinars offer insightful and enriching talks held by international leaders and professionals of the computer society sector.
The next free online webinar will include a special talk “XiangShan: An Open-source High-performance RISC-V Processor using Agile Methodology” by Professor Yungang Bao, Institute of Computing Technology (ICT), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the deputy director of ICT-CAS.
XiangShan is an open-source high-performance RISC-V processor project started in June 2020. The first generation of XiangShan was taped-out at a frequency of 1.3GHz on 28-nm CMOS process in July 2021, which achieved a score of 7/GHz on SPECCPU 2006. The second generation of XiangShan targets 2GHz on 14-nm CMOS process and will be taped-out recently, achieving a score of 10/GHz on SPECCPU 2006. XiangShan is developed in an agile methodology. During the development, we built many open-source agile tools, including differential testing, simulation snapshot, RISC-V checkpoints, etc. XiangShan is an open-source project and we look forward to collaborations and contributions from the community.
The Webinar is free, but pre-registration is required. So, please sign up using this (https://technion.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lMErhN-jQoSGBxDp5hNkiQ) and the Zoom session details will be provided after registration.
Please contact us for any further details and updates on the series of IEEE Computer Society Webinars.
We are looking forward to your participation and future collaboration.
Prof. Avi Mendelson Prof. Freddy Gabbay