VSDIntern 1st Milestone - 4kB vsdsram using OpenRAM and Sky130
Here's VSD Internship first milestone - A 32kbits or 4kB SRAM compiled using memory compiler OpenRAM and here is the GitHub Project Link
- Shon Taware, M.Tech. Embedded Systems and VLSI Design
Shon is a great example of how you coordinate with students and Prof. from across the globe for project execution. Shon was given this internship project based on his excellent performance in OpenLANE workshop. Not only did he complete the OpenLANE workshop 100%, he did help others complete their projects too. That's a brilliant example of team work and team leader
Looking at Shon's style of working, it was very clear, Shon is the right person to develop a working flow for 4kB SRAM using OpenRAM compiler. He got an experience of how a design house works, in the span of an 8-weeks internship program, as VSD operates as one of design houses with wide variants of research projects. All the best Shon for your future endeavours.
And last but not the least, a Big Thanks to Prof. @User from University of California, Santa Cruz
, who has been continuously guiding us to achieve VSD first 4kB memory using end-to-end open-source flow.
Like Shon, you can also be a part of VSD hardware design program - All you need to do is qualify through OpenLANE workshop.
Time is running fast and so is technology. Decide now about your career in VLSI and Semiconductors TODAY and jump-in the workshop. Here's the link