PRiME PowMon Tool presented at ISPASS-2016
PRiME PhD researcher and PowMon developer, Matt Walker, hosted a day long tutorial, ‘Building Online Power Models from Real Data’ at 2016 IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software, Uppsala, Sweden.
Working in collaboration with colleagues; Vasileios Spiliopoulos (Uppsala University, Sweden) and Stephan Diestelhorst (Staff Research Engineer at ARM, Cambridge, UK), Matt presented an interactive tutorial that explained methodologies to model the power consumption of modern mobile SoCs with a combination of tutorial presentations, practical measurement experiments on real devices, and a fun competition between groups of participants to get the best power model of an SoC in an experimentation board.
Full details of Matt’s work and PowMon can be found through the link: PRiME PowMon
A further News Item about PowMon can be seen here: PowMon news