Brussels / 31 January & 1 February 2015


Jonathan Woodruff

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Jonathan Woodruff received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas, and Masters and PhD from the University of Cambridge. Jonathan is a key developer of the BERI open-source research processor and its CHERI extension for memory safety. Jonathan is interested in hardware prototyping in FPGA to support full-system design exploration and has implemented a variety of flexible hardware components, including a many-core cache emulator, a multi-threaded ARM core, and many components of the BERI ecosystem.


Title Day Room Track Start End
An open RISC softcore for research and experimentation
Saturday K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Hardware 14:00 14:50