CHIPS Alliance has opened registration for a two-day open-source design verification workshop, taking place on the 14th and 15th of November in Munich, Germany.

Launched back in March, CHIPS Alliance is a Linux Foundation project focused on supporting the burgeoning free and open source silicon (FOSSi) movement. Its first official workshop was held back in June at the Google Sunnyvale campus, and now the organisation has announced its second will take place in November at the Munich University of Applied Sciences.

“CHIPS Alliance and Munich University of Applied Sciences are organising a workshop [on] Open Source Design Verification in Munich on 14-15 November 2019,” Prof. Stefan Wallentowitz announced on the organisation’s announcement mailing list. “It is open to everyone to attend and many projects from the CHIPS Alliance ecosystem will be presenting.”

The workshop’s presenters will be gathered from industry, academia, and the hobbyist sectors, with topics on offer including – but, the organisation points out, not limited to – open source simulation tools, design verification tools, rapid prototyping tools and methodologies, libraries for design verification, open standards, and industry case studies demonstrating real-world usage of all of the above.

More details on the workshop can be found on the CHIPS Alliance website.