PRiME makes an impact at DATE2017
Design, Automation and Test in Europe (DATE) is the leading European exhibition and conference on all aspects of research into technologies for electronics and embedded system engineering. The 2017 event was held in Lausanne, Switzerland from 27-31 March.
PRiME was well represented at the event and made the most of opportunities to share research progress with a wide audience. Two specific areas of our research were demonstrated at the University Booths area. The demos showed our work in
1) Power, Energy & Reliability (PER) interplay (PRiME research Theme 1) and
2) Runtime management of concurrent multi-threaded applications on multi-core systems (PRiME research Theme 2)
In addition PRiME researchers presented an invited paper on a “hot topic” at DATE – hot topic session 11.8 biologically-inspired techniques for smart, secure and low power SoCs (see here). The paper was titled Machine Learning for Run-time Energy Optimisation in Many-core Systems, and was authored by Dwaipayan Biswas, Vibishna Balagopal, Rishad Shafik, Bashir Al-Hashimi and Geoff Merrett. The paper was presented on the day by Dr.Rishad Shafik. (To view the paper, click here.)
Dr Geoff Merrett also gave an invited “hot topic” talk on Energy Driven Computing: Rethinking the Design of Energy Harvesting Systems, co-authored with Prof Bashir Al-Hashimi and supported by the PRiME project (To view the paper, click here).