1st Open-Source RISC-V Software Workshop 

Co-located with the RISC-V Summit Europe

June 28th, 2024

History teaches us that any new hardware without good and widely-used software on top has no future. Countless examples exist even from the biggest manufacturers (e.g. Intel Itanium, IBM Cell, ...) without even considering competition (e.g Sun Microsystems's Ultrasparcs, Digital's Alphas, HP's ...). Regardless of the nostalgia and to ensure RISC-V is successful beyond small controllers, software and -specially- widely used software suites require the focus now to avoid repeating the errors of the past.

This workshop is born to bring together all the researchers and developers in the open-source software arena to showcase their developments and stablish collaborations. This community can provide efficiently and effectively the necessary software in the different application areas where RISC-V can be deployed.

This workshop focuses on software. From hardware simulators/emulators, through OSes/toolchains, to applications and software stacks. A special focus will be devoted to open-source and collaborative projects.



Coffee break



Coffee break


Ramon Canal, Beatriz Otero (UPC)

Stefano Di Carlo (POLITO)

Manolis Marazakis (FORTH)

Program Committee:

Dimitris Gizopoulos (UoA)

Juan José Costa (UPC)

Aaron Call (BSC)

Manolis Marazakis (FORTH)

With the support of: