We provides workshops directed towards both professors/universities and customers. Select the appropriate drop-down below to find out more information regarding these workshops.

Intel offers many courses related to our products to customers. Members of the Intel FPGA University Program may attend these workshops free-of-charge. To see our current course catalog click here.

The Intel®  FPGA University Program Training courses provide introductions to the many state-of-the-art educational materials that we have developed for you to use to enrich your digital logic and computer optimization classes, lectures and assignments, or your research.

This full-day courses are offered from time-to-time in various locations at no charge.

Topics covered include:

  • An overview of FPGA technology
  • A summary of the FPGA University Program teaching materials
  • An overview of the Quartus® Prime software
  • Examples of designs implemented on the DE2 board
  • An overview of the Nios® II processor and related tools
    • SOPC Builder
    • Monitor program
    • Nios II Integrated Design Environment (IDE)
  • A hands-on example using the Nios II processor and/or the ARM* A9 hard processor
  • Intel's FPGA OpenCL* compiler

Tentative Course Schedule

Date Event and Location Intel Technology Featured
Dec.  International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology
OpenCL for FPGAs
ARM Cortex*-A9
Date Event and Location Intel Technology Featured
Jan.  Intel FPGA Professor Workshop
Seoul, Korea
OpenCL for FPGAs
ARM Cortex-A9
May International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM)
Napa, California
OpenCL for FPGAs
ARM Cortex-A9
Sept. International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL)
Ghent, Belgium
OpenCL for FPGAs
ARM Cortex-A9