Presentation on OH, WR and FMC in Soleil, 30 June 2010
OH Presentation at CERN, 22 June 2010
CERN Controls Workshop on 22 June 2010.
Presentation on OH, WR and FMC in GSI, 15 April 2011
Darmstadt, Germany, 15 April 2011
Presentation "OH for CERN’s Accelerators", 11 October 2011
Presentation at ICALEPCS 2011, Grenoble.
"Open Hardware for CERN’s Accelerator Control Systems", 2011
E. van der Bij et al, Open Hardware for CERN’s Accelerator Control Systems, 2012 JINST 7 C01032
Related to the poster Open Hardware for CERN’s Accelerator Control Systems presented at the TWEPP 2011 conference in Vienna, Austria.
Presentation "Open Hardware Repository" FSCONS 2010
FSCONS 2010 presentation video
(part 1, 35 min, part 2, 15 min)
Presentation at ESHM, Berlin, 28 December 2012
Presentation by Evangelia Gousiou, CERN given at the Exceptionally Hard
& Soft Meeting 2012, exploring the
frontiers of open source and DIY, Berlin, December 28-30 2012
Presentation "Open Hardware Development" February 2013
Presentation given at CERN as part of the "PH-ESE Electronics Seminars".
"Open Hardware for Technology Transfer", 3 June 2013
10 minute presentation at the BE-KT Innovation Day
Pr: "How to create successful OH projects", 25 Sept 2013
How to create successful open hardware projects - about White Rabbits and open fields (presentation pdf)
Presented at the Topical Workshop on Electronics for Particle Physics, Perugia, Italy, September 23-27, 2013. Abstract TWEPP2013 Paper
describing the CERN Open Hardware projects and a short introduction
about White Rabbit. Main focus on the five points that seem to be
required to make an Open Hardware project successful.
Contains on page 15 a nice table of the eight CERN OH designs that found manufacturers and clients.
GPL/LGPL for HDL: open questions
Using the GPL/LGPL for HDL designs
Open questions from a designer's perspective
The purpose of this document is to provide the stewards of the GNU GPL with a number of open questions about the use of GPL/LGPL for Hardware Description Language (HDL) designs.
Presentation "Open Hardware at CERN" OKCon 2013
Presentation Open Hardware at CERN, OKCon 2013, Geneva, Javier Serrano
CERN Open Hardware Brochure
"Open Source HW and SW in a Scientific Context", 2016
SMYLE – Understand the Issues and Challenges of the Connected World and the Internet of Things. 22 September 2016http://events.femto-st.fr/collegium-smyle/en/welcome
Pr: OH Opportunities and Innovative Electronics - 2014
Open Hardware Opportunities and Innovative Electronics at
Electronics Design Show, 22nd - 23rd October 2014, Coventry, UK.
35 minute presentation
Before the presentation the four minute movie Knowledge and technology: from CERN to society was shown.
Open Hardware Opportunities and Innovative Electronics at CERN
Erik van der Bij - CERN
CERN has a culture of innovation with evident links to economic, political, educational and social advances. Also in the field of electronics that is used to control the particle accelerators one can find this culture.
The most recent innovation is the advent of professional Open Hardware where electronics designs developed for CERN are made available to any company for production and sales with “no strings attached”. These developments often required support from industry and are based on bus standards such as FMC, PCI Express, PXI Express and VME, while the Wishbone specification is used as SoC bus. The CERN Open Hardware Licence that goes with those designs fosters a collaborative approach between research and industry and calls for a new business model for small and medium sized engineering enterprises.
A good example of an innovative, enabling technology is the Ethernet-compatible control and timing network that is developed for use in CERN’s control system. This so-called White Rabbit network allows synchronising measurement stations to a precision better than 1 nanosecond, even when they are separated by 10 kilometres. As the designs are Open, this CERN technology found easily its way for use in astronomical telescope fields and in long distance atomic clock time transfer applications.
Several European SMEs are now selling these innovative designs to clients in scientific and industrial domains. At the same time these projects are generating new business as clients need support to adapt the Open Hardware designs to their specific needs.
"Open hardware and big science", November 2017
Quantum Engineering Workshop
Engineering needs and challenges in quantum technology
23-24 November 2017, London, UK
Presentation: Open Source SW & HW, Physics meets blockchain
Physics meets blockchain, 2nd discussion workshop.
Geneva, 11 July 2018
Sketches for new OHR website
You can find the OHR logo at the OHR Support document OHR logo.