At the previous event, speakers described how engineers across different fields can get involved in RISC-V with real world use cases and examples. At this hybrid event, with an in-person element at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, speakers will describe their latest research and development involving RISC-V.
Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences
Imperas Software Ltd.
Technische Universitat Kaiserlautern
Prior to joining Imperas, Larry ran sales at Averant and Calypto Design Systems. He was vice president of worldwide sales during the run-up to Verisity's IPO (the top performing IPO of 2001), and afterwards as Verisity solidified its position as the fifth largest EDA company. Before Verisity and SureFire (acquired by Verisity), Larry held positions in sales and marketing for Exemplar Logic and Mentor Graphics. Larry was recently an Entrepreneur-in- Residence at Clark University's Graduate School of Management, where he developed and taught a course on Entrepreneurial Communication and Influence. Larry holds an MBA from Clark University in addition to his MS Applied Engineering Physics from Cornell University and BA Physics from the University of California Berkeley.
MAB Labs Embedded Solutions
Mohammed Billoo is Founder of MAB Labs Embedded Solutions. He has over 14 years of experience architecting, designing, implementing, and testing embedded software, with a core focus on embedded Linux. This includes custom board bring-up, writing custom device drivers, and writing application code. Mohammed also contributes to the Linux kernel and is an active participant in numerous open-source efforts. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, where he teaches courses in Digital Logic Design, Computer Architecture, and Advanced Computer Architecture. Mohammed received both his Bachelor's and Master's of Electrical Enginering from the same institution.