Agile HW Design Center lab pledges to use and develop open-source software and hardware, and it is the intention of all Agile HW Design Center lab researchers that any software and hardware will be released under an open-source license, such as modified BSD or Apache 2.0
Intel Science and Technology Center for Agile HW Design:
The Intel Science and Technology Center (ISTC) for Agile HW Design is community of researchers co-located at UC Berkeley and Stanford University. This center funded by Intel labs’ University Research and Collaboration Dept focuses on new methodologies and processes for implementing Agile SW development methods in HW. The research funded under the center at UC Berkeley is described below while the research at Stanford is described at: https://aha.stanford.edu/
Description: New computing applications
New architectures and rapid
Following the successful collaboration style of our earlier projects, the entire group will meet regularly to exchange ideas,
and will use the two prototype systems to continually integrate all the research from across the project.
Increasingly, our opensource code base is being used around the world both in academia and industry, and we will continue to use this approach to distribute our ideas to the global community.
Academic PI: Krste Asanovic is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California at
Academic Co-PI: Borivoje Nikolić is a
and presently coleads the
Sanjit A. Seshia: He is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer
Jonathan Bachrach: He is an Adjunct Assistant
Jonathan Ragan-Kelley: He is an Assistant Professor
Jeff Parkhurst: Dr. Parkhurst is the Center Director for the ISTC for Agile HW Design. He is responsible for assisting the PIs in managing the operational details in each center as well as driving direction setting of the research. The Center Director is the primary liaison between Intel and the universities on all research and operational matters including contracts, IP, funding, and technology/knowledge transfer. Prior to this assignment, Jeff was Program Director for the Intel Science and Technology Centers for Big Data, Cloud Computing and Visual Computing. Jeff received his BS from University of Nevada at Reno in 1983 and his MS from the University of California at Davis in 1988 and his PhD at Purdue University in 1994. He is the author of numerous papers and one patent. He has been at Intel Corporation since 1994.