|Free Silicon Conference 2020|
|Genre||Free software and free hardware development conference|
The third Free Silicon Conference (FSiC) will be held at ETH Zurich (Switzerland) on June 4-6 2020, and it will build on top of the 2019 edition. The conference will bring together experts and enthusiasts who want to build a complete Free and Open Source CAD ecosystem for designing analog and digital integrated circuits. The conference will cover the full spectrum of the design process, from system architecture, to layout and verification. The conference consists of three full days, including a Saturday for facilitating those who are involved as non-professionals. After the daily talks, the discussion will continue until late in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.
- 1 Abstract submission
- 2 Participation
3 Tentative program
- 3.1 High-level design
- 3.2 Hardware security
- 3.3 On-going FOS silicon projects
- 3.4 Memories
- 3.5 Foundries and PDKs
- 3.6 Back-end flow: databases
- 3.7 Back-end flow: placement, routing, timing closure
- 3.8 Schematic editors
- 3.9 Usability workshop
- 3.10 Parasitic extraction
- 3.11 Tutorial on physical verification
- 3.12 Industry session
- 4 Donations
- 5 Sponsors
Everybody is welcome to propose a talk by writing to fsic2020 'at' f-si.org. The submission window will open on January 1 2020 and will close on March 31 2020. Acceptance will be communicated by April 10.
Participation to the conference is free of charge. However, given the limited number of places available, places must be reserved in advance by writing to fsic2020 'at' f-si.org.
On-going FOS silicon projects
Foundries and PDKs
Back-end flow: databases
Back-end flow: placement, routing, timing closure
Tutorial on physical verification
We are looking for sponsors to cover the conference costs. In case of interest, please write at fsic2020 'at' f-si.org. Bank coordinates are available here.