The First "One Student One Chip" Technical Forum and the Fifth Launching Meeting

Introduction to Technology Forum

The first "One Student One Chip" Technology Forum will be held as a concurrent event of the 2022 RISC-V China Summit on the morning of August 28, 2022 at the Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (No. 6, Zhongguancun Academy of Sciences South Road, Haidian District, Beijing) 4 It will be held in the first floor lecture hall, and bilibili online live broadcastopen in new window will be launched at the same time.

The "One Student One Chip" technology forum takes students as the main body and aims to build an open source chip ecosystem. It covers topics such as open instruction sets, open source chip design, open source EDA tool chains, and open source IP. It aims to build a communication platform for students, focusing on "One Student One Chip" shares technical tools, learning experiences and thoughts.

The Fifth "One Student One Chip" Launching Meeting

1Yugang BaoInstitute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science"One Student One Chip" Initiative9:00-9:20
2Zihao YuInstitute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of ScienceThe Fifth "One Student One Chip" Launching Meeting9:20-9:30
Experience Reports
3Ren WeiLanzhou UniversityOne Student One Chip Experience9:30-9:40
4Hanzhang LiuTaiyuan University of Technology"One Student One Chip" Breaks the Wall of Software and Hardware Dimensions and Expands the Development Direction of Software Profession9:40-9:50
5Xin XuShandong Jiaotong UniversityThe Direction of Common Obsession - "One Student One Chip"9:50-10:00
6Yusong Yan & Yian HuangBeijing 101 Middle SchoolOne Student One Chip, One Chip Moving Forward - High School Students's Thoughts on Chip Design10:00-10:15
7Haoyuan FengChinese Academy of Sciences UniversityA One Student One Chip journey of Learning that Grows through Exploration10:15-10:25
Ask Questions and Interact10:25-10:35
Technical Reports
8Jiuyang LiuHuazhong University of Science and TechnologyModern RTL design: Taking Chisel as An Example10:35-10:55
9Haojin TangChinese Academy of Sciences UniversityProcessor Design and Optimization Experience Sharing10:55-11:10
10Yangyu ChenChongqing UniversitySoC-Simulator - A Simple and Easy-to-use Software-defined AXI Slave Device Framework11:10-11:20
11Lida XuInstitute of Microelectronics, Chinese Academy of SciencesRISC-V Processor Full-process Design Experience Sharing11:20-11:30
12Congrong YeChinese Academy of Sciences UniversityByteFloat Mechanism: Convolutional Neural Network Deployment Solution Based on "One Student One Chip"11:30-11:40
13Boyang HanHong Kong universityOpen Source Ethernet MAC IP Design and Implementation11:40-11:50
Ask Questions and Interact11:50-12:00
Yugang BaoInstitute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of ScienceSummary of the First "One Student One Chip" Technology Forum

Participation requirements

  1. Those who register to attend the offline conference must strictly abide by the epidemic prevention policy and pay attention to venue discipline.
  2. All offline participants' communication tools will be adjusted to quiet mode during the meeting.
  3. Online participants please pay attention to civilized barrage and watch harmoniously

Call for submissions

Deadline for report collection: August 18, 23:59:59

Submission link: Deadline

Shared content may include but is not limited to:

  1. Sharing of "One Student One Chip" learning experience and skills, can include understanding of system software, RISC-V instruction set, processor design, bus design, peripheral design, debugging skills, etc
  2. Sharing of tools that are conducive to "One Student One Chip" Learning
  3. Open source IP design that can be integrated into "One Student One Chip"
  4. Full-chain learning experience sharing based on open source EDA
  5. SIG group proposals and progress sharing
  6. College curriculum planning and introduction around open source chip design
  7. Sharing of enterprises’ demand for "One Student One Chip" talents or sharing of cutting-edge technologies that can be integrated with "One Student One Chip"

If you have any questions about the report collection, you can contact Zihao Yu (

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Contributors: Miao Yuyang, myyerrol