September 27th to 29th in Bordeaux, France.
The FOSSi Foundation are pleased to announce ORConf 2019 will be taking place in beautiful Bordeaux, France over the final weekend of September, 27th to 29th, 2019.
We are currently planning the event, so check back for updates over the next month or so.
ORConf is an annual conference for open source digital, semiconductor and embedded systems designers and users. Each year attendees are treated to an ever-impressive array of presentations from all corners of the open source hardware space.
We invite anyone with an interest in the field to join us and also consider a presentation, big or small, on your experience as a developer or a user of open source digital design projects.
ORConf remains to be free to attend thanks to each year's sponsors. Please do get in touch should you be interested in getting exposure for your company by becoming a sponsor of ORConf!
ORConf is organized by the Free and Open Source Silicon (FOSSi) Foundation.
Questions? Contact the organisers.
ORConf is free to attend! We require that you register so so we know how many to expect.
Attendees who are joining us at ORConf on behalf of their company and/or can claim the conference as professional training expense are encouraged to purchase a professional ticket. These ticket sales help us provide all that we do at ORConf and keep the event accessible to all members of the community.
Professional tickets are £ 250 and can by bought here via PayPal or by email.
Professional ticket holders will receive some swag and a special name badge as a thank you.
We expect all participants of ORConf to follow the FOSSi Foundation code of conduct.
We encourage anyone involved in the open source semiconductor engineering space to come along and give share your work or experience.
This year we're offering lightning talk and 15-minute speaking slots, with the choice of opting in to be considered for an extended slot of 30-40 minutes. We are intentionally reducing the standard speaking slot length this year to ensure we can accomodate all of the exceptional talk submissions we recieve, and to maximise face-to-face time throughout the event. We encourage speakers to skip the technical deep-dive presentations and instead provide high-level introductions and overviews of what makes their work great, and prepare a poster or hardware demo for people to come and discuss details during the breaks.
So if you've designed, worked on or even just used open source IP cores and/or management systems, verification IP, build flows, SoCs, simulators, synthesis tools, FPGA and ASIC implementation tools, languages and DSLs, compilers, or anything related we'd love to have you join us to share your experience.
As is tradition at ORConf, a dinner will be arranged for the Saturday evening (28th) which all conference attendees and partners are encouraged to attend.
We are open to the sponsorship of this dinner, so please get in touch with us to find out more.