Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

schedule

AW1.125


Day Start End Track(s)
Saturday 10:30 19:00 Ada
Sunday 09:00 17:00 CAD and Open Hardware
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Welcome to the Ada DevRoom An Introduction to Ada for Beginning and Experienced Programmers Sequential Programming in Ada: Lessons Learned Autonomous Train Control Systems: a First Approach Controlling the Execution of Parallel Algorithms in Ada Persistence with Ada Database Objects Shrink your Data to (almost) Nothing with Trained Compression GSH: an Ada POSIX Shell to Speed Up GNU Builds on Windows What is Safety-Critical Software, and How Can Ada and SPARK Help? Secure Web Applications with AWA Distributed Computing with Ada and CORBA using PolyORB Cappulada: Smooth Ada Bindings for C++ The AZip Archive Manager: a full-Ada Open-Source Portable Application Proof of Pointer Programs with Ownership in SPARK Informal Discussions & Closing
Sunday Gnucap -- The GNU circuit analysis package
Architecture, Algorithms and Applications
ngspice, current status and future developments openEMS - An Introduction and Overview
Using an EM field solver to design antennas and PCBs
Project Trellis and nextpnr
FOSS FPGA flow for the Lattice ECP5
Design Automation in Wonderland
The EPFL Logic Synthesis Libraries
Open source virtual prototyping for faster hardware and software co-design Lesson learned from Retro-uC and search for ideal HDL for open source silicon Fritzing - the past, the present and the future
Paving the way for Fritzing's development
KiCad Project Status
Everything you wanted to know about the state of the KiCad project.
Drawing PCBs with Inkscape
Creating printed circuit board designs using Inkscape, SVG2Shenzhen and KiCad
The Kitspace BOM Builder
Create bills of materials and buy parts with the information you need at your fingertips
horizon EDA - what's new From the idea to the prototype using FLOSS The Software Developer’s Guide to Open Source Hardware Pocket Science Lab - An Open Source Hardware for Electronics Teaching & Learning Open Source Hardware for Smart City
OSHW LoRaWAN implementation for Parking, Air quality, City lighting and Waste management
Building open source scientific equipment
How researchers are owning their own instruments
FST-01SZ (Flying Stone Tiny 01 revision ShenZhen)
free hardware design for Gnuk Token

Events

Title Track Start End

Saturday

  Welcome to the Ada DevRoom Ada 10:30 10:35
  An Introduction to Ada for Beginning and Experienced Programmers Ada 10:35 11:20
  Sequential Programming in Ada: Lessons Learned Ada 11:30 11:50
  Autonomous Train Control Systems: a First Approach Ada 12:00 12:50
  Controlling the Execution of Parallel Algorithms in Ada Ada 13:00 13:20
  Persistence with Ada Database Objects Ada 13:30 13:50
  Shrink your Data to (almost) Nothing with Trained Compression Ada 14:00 14:50
  GSH: an Ada POSIX Shell to Speed Up GNU Builds on Windows Ada 15:00 15:20
  What is Safety-Critical Software, and How Can Ada and SPARK Help? Ada 15:30 15:50
  Secure Web Applications with AWA Ada 16:00 16:50
  Distributed Computing with Ada and CORBA using PolyORB Ada 17:00 17:20
  Cappulada: Smooth Ada Bindings for C++ Ada 17:30 17:50
  The AZip Archive Manager: a full-Ada Open-Source Portable Application Ada 18:00 18:20
  Proof of Pointer Programs with Ownership in SPARK Ada 18:30 18:50
  Informal Discussions & Closing Ada 18:50 19:00

Sunday

  Gnucap -- The GNU circuit analysis package
Architecture, Algorithms and Applications
CAD and Open Hardware 09:00 09:25
  ngspice, current status and future developments CAD and Open Hardware 09:30 09:55
  openEMS - An Introduction and Overview
Using an EM field solver to design antennas and PCBs
CAD and Open Hardware 10:00 10:25
  Project Trellis and nextpnr
FOSS FPGA flow for the Lattice ECP5
CAD and Open Hardware 10:30 10:55
  Design Automation in Wonderland
The EPFL Logic Synthesis Libraries
CAD and Open Hardware 11:00 11:25
  Open source virtual prototyping for faster hardware and software co-design CAD and Open Hardware 11:30 11:40
  Lesson learned from Retro-uC and search for ideal HDL for open source silicon CAD and Open Hardware 11:45 11:55
  Fritzing - the past, the present and the future
Paving the way for Fritzing's development
CAD and Open Hardware 12:00 12:25
  KiCad Project Status
Everything you wanted to know about the state of the KiCad project.
CAD and Open Hardware 12:30 12:55
  Drawing PCBs with Inkscape
Creating printed circuit board designs using Inkscape, SVG2Shenzhen and KiCad
CAD and Open Hardware 13:00 13:10
  The Kitspace BOM Builder
Create bills of materials and buy parts with the information you need at your fingertips
CAD and Open Hardware 13:15 13:25
  horizon EDA - what's new CAD and Open Hardware 13:30 13:55
  From the idea to the prototype using FLOSS CAD and Open Hardware 14:00 14:25
  The Software Developer’s Guide to Open Source Hardware CAD and Open Hardware 14:30 14:55
  Pocket Science Lab - An Open Source Hardware for Electronics Teaching & Learning CAD and Open Hardware 15:00 15:25
  Open Source Hardware for Smart City
OSHW LoRaWAN implementation for Parking, Air quality, City lighting and Waste management
CAD and Open Hardware 15:30 15:55
  Building open source scientific equipment
How researchers are owning their own instruments
CAD and Open Hardware 16:00 16:25
  FST-01SZ (Flying Stone Tiny 01 revision ShenZhen)
free hardware design for Gnuk Token
CAD and Open Hardware 16:30 17:00