If you are in Kazan or Novosibirsk and want to design the chips, as in Cupertino
Gentlemen! In the photo, Irina, a girl from Novosibirsk, looks at the museum exposition about personal computers from the 1980s. It was then, in the 1980s, that there was finally a very unpleasant gap between Western electronics and the Soviet electronics. If in the 1970s Soviet electronics simply lagged behind by 7 years (judging by the release dates of DEC PDP-11 and CM-4), then in the 386th it simply died.
At the same time, in the late 1980s, the West developed a technology of logical synthesis from the languages of the Verilog and VHDL equipment description. This technology became mainstream in the 1990s and ultimately in the 21st century led to iPhones and neuro-accelerators. Logical synthesis was introduced in all sorts of MIT and Stanford, along with the labs on FPGAs, back in the 1990s, but in Russia and Ukraine at the time, defeatist attitudes and disbelief in domestic electronics led us to correct the situation now.
In order to build an electronics development ecosystem in Russia, with hundreds of companies, rather than a dozen, as now, one needs to do what the US did in the 1990s and are doing now in China: to learn a bunch of young engineers in the principles of logical design of digital circuits for level of register transfers. Even if not all of them will design microprocessors and network chips, and half will go into pure programming, this knowledge will not be lost in vain: the time to increase the speed of computers due to the reduction of transistors is coming to an end, and everywhere there are hybrid software-hardware solutions, with specialized hardware computational blocks - recently John Hennessy, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Alphabet /Google, even spoke about this.
I'm saying all this to the fact that it will take days in Novosibirsk to take one of the measures to pull Russia out of an undeveloped state in this area.
Lecture 1 , Lecture 2 .
Examples Stanislav holds on the githaba .
Here about the similar school in Tomsk State University last year: The severe Siberian and Kazakh microelectronics of 2017: Verilog, ASIC and FPGA in Tomsk, Novosibirsk and Astana .
But a photo of young people from St. Petersburg who learned design on FPGAs and won the European finals and the second place at the world final of the Intel InnovateFPGA competition. Their Intel in August invited to Silicon Valley. They, too, at one time started with exercises like those that will be in Novosibirsk:
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