Hardware Acceleration of Functional and Declarative Languages (HAFDAL '24)

by Rob Stewart, Feb. 8, 2024

This workshop in Edinburgh on 3rd March is co-located with HPCA. It brings together computer architects and programming language implementers to identify software/hardware co-designs of high level execution models.

Call for Participation

The Hardware Acceleration of Functional and Declarative Languages (HAFDAL) workshop on 3rd March is co-located with HPCA 2024 in Edinburgh.

Confirmed speakers are:

Reflections on compiling Haskell to Hardware, Christiaan Baaij (QBayLogic)

The Cephalopode Project: Creating a low-power IoT device aimed at functional language execution, Carl-Johan Seger (Chalmers University of Technology)

Prefetching in Functional Languages: a Hardware-Software Retrospective, Sam Ainsworth (Research Consultant and University of Edinburgh)

Heron: A graph reduction processor with concurrent garbage collection, Craig Ramsay (Heriot-Watt University)

PipelineC: Easier hardware description between RTL and HLS, Julian Kemmerer (Deepwave Digital)

From Open Hardware Design to Silicon: Lessons From Some Big (Academic) Chips, Jon Balkind (UC Santa Barbara)

BRAT: Compositional programming for hybrid quantum algorithms, Craig Roy (Quantinuum)

Workshop registration includes lunch, coffee and access to industry tutorials in the morning.

https://haflang.github.io/workshops/hafdal24.html