CVT hosted the first workshop on “Real-time Digital Radiation Measurements in Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA)”. The workshop introduced Hardware Description Language (VDHL) in the Xilinx ISE Project Navigator (14.7) environment. Through a series of practical examples, attendees learned how to simulate, synthesize, and implement FPGA program modules for radiation measurement applications, such pulse-shape discrimination and multi-channel analysis. During the last day, participants programmed and tested FPGA-based digital processing systems for radiation detection and spectroscopy.
Dr. Angela Di Fulvio assists students with the FPGA code
Students attending the FPGA workshop examine equipment
Dr. Eric Becker provides instruction to students on how to use the FPGA code
Prof. Abi Farsoni, Oregon State University, instructs students attending the FPGA workshop
Students at the FPGA workshop work on exercises to gain an understanding of the FPGA code
Prof. Abi Farsoni, Oregon State University, provides personal instruction to students attending the FPGA workshop
Dr. Eric Becker help students work through the challenges of the FPGA code.