2. 11th May 2014 @ Room PHO117, Boston University, 8 Saint Mary's Street, Boston, MA, USA
The ARM and Xilinx University Program are hosting two One-Day workshops specifically for training Faculty and Researchers on the ARM SoC Lab-in-a-Box. The latter is based on the ARM Cortex™-M0 DesignStart™ processor core and Xilinx Vivado Design Tools. The one day workshop comprises lectures, hands-on exercises, and opportunities to network with experts from ARM and Xilinx.
The workshop focuses on designing AMBA® 3 AHB-Lite compliant hardware peripherals like UART, VGA, Timers etc. and integrating them onto a simple Cortex-M0 based SoC. The SoC will be programmed with KEIL MDK-ARM software suite, Xilinx Vivado Design Tools and prototyped on a Xilinx Nexys4 Artix-7 based FPGA board.
Attendees are expected to have access to ARM® DesignStart™ portal. (New users have to complete the portal registration to get access. At Stage4 of your DesignStart application process, please mention “Cortex M0-DesignStart for University” inside "Request summary" box for faster processing).
Knowledge of digital design using Verilog/VHDL, FPGA synthesis flow and experience in programming micro-controllers will be helpful.
These special University workshops are completely free-of-charge for all academics and researchers. Attendees are expected to make their own travel arrangements.
For workshop at Cambridge, UK (14th or 15th April) register online here: AUP Workshop Registration
For workshop at Boston University, USA (11th May) register online here: AUP Workshop Registration
*ARM University and Xilinx University programs reserve the right to accept or refuse registrations.
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