We will post various announcements relating to lectures, assignments, and the projects on this website and Piazza, so please check back regularly.
[12/2/2019] Final Project Presentation
The final presentations start at 12PM on Wednesday Dec 11th. Please go to Piazza for more information on the presentation, report and demo.
[10/7/2019] Lab 5 Released
Lab 5 is released, and it is due by 11:59PM ET on Mon Oct 21. We have updated Lab Machines (IMPORTANT!). Please read it carefully. The lab handout is available at Handouts. The preliminary project proposal is also due on the same date, so please start early.
[9/30/2019] Lab 4 Released & New Lab Machines
Lab 4 is released, and it is due by 11:59PM ET on Mon Oct 7. We have updated Lab Machines (IMPORTANT!) for Lab 4. Please read it carefully before working on Lab 4. The lab handout is available at Handouts. Since the hardware build takes about 30-40 minutes, please start early.
[9/20/2019] Lab 3 Released
Lab 3 is released early, and it is due by 11:59PM ET on Mon Sep 30. The lab handout is available at Handouts.
[9/17/2019] Project Description & Lab 1 Grade Available
The second half of this class is devoted entirely to final projects. We have prepared a document that gives you an overview of the final projects: Handouts and Previous Projects
Lab 1 grade is available and can be retrieved from $FEEDBACK directory in the course machine or Athena machine after sourcing the course script. Refer to Piazza for more instructions.
[9/13/2019] Lab 2 Released
Lab 2 is released earlier than scheduled to give students more time to complete, and it is due by 11:59PM ET on Mon Sep 23. The lab handout is available at Handouts.
[9/6/2019] Lab 1 Released
Lab 1 is released and is due by 11:59PM ET on Mon Sep 16. The lab handout is available at Handouts. Lab 1 student repos have been created using the registration list as of 3PM Friday (Sep 6). If missing, please post a request on Piazza privately with your Athena name.
[9/6/2019] Lab Machines
The 6.375 lab assignments that do not require FPGAs are designed to be done on an Athena machine.
We have installed two dedicated machines for this course. Please go to Lab Machines for more for more information.
We will be using Piazza to facilitate discussions about the class/labs and make announcements. You can access the site here: http://piazza.com/mit/fall2019/6375