Awards

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    PRiME Framework Wins Best Paper Award at PEC 2018, Porto, Portugal

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    PRiME’s work on the Framework was presented at the 2018 International Conference on Pervasive and Embedded Computing (PEC 2018), held on July 29-30 in Porto, Portugal http://www.pec.peccs.org/ and was honoured to receive the prestigious Best Paper Award. PRiME researchers at University of Southampton, have developed a tool for application and platform agnostic runtime management that enables portability of runtime […]

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    PRiME Principal Investigator Professor Bashir M. Al-Hashimi awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours

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      Many congratulations to Professor Bashir Al-Hashimi, Principal Investigator of the PRiME Project, who has been awarded a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2018 for his services to engineering and industry. Both within the UK and overseas, Bashir is a leading and influential figure […]

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    PRiME Theme Leader Awarded RAE Fellowship

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    Many congratulations to Prof. Alex Yakovlev of Newcastle University, leader of PRiME research theme 1, who has recently been awarded a fellowship of the prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering. Alex has been recognised for his significant contribution to the theory and practice of asynchronous digital design. His contributions have had a major impact in both […]

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    PRiME PhD Student Awarded HiPEAC internship with Samsung

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    James Bantock, one of PRiME’s PhD students, has been awarded a HiPEAC grant to support a four month internship with Samsung. HiPEAC (“High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation”) is an EU funded project that acts as a hub for European researchers in computing systems and consists of around 1,500 specialists in 39 countries. HiPEAC […]

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    PRiME Theme Leader awarded IEEE Fellowship

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    Congratulations to Prof. Alex Yakovlev of Newcastle University, leader of PRiME’s research theme 1, who has been elevated to an IEEE fellow. The award was recognition of Alex’s significant work in the field of the theory and design of asynchronous circuits. Alex was presented with the IEEE fellowship at the awards ceremony at the DATE […]

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    PRiME research nominated for best paper award at the Forum on specification & Design Languages (FDL)

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    The Forum on specification & Design Languages (FDL) is an international forum devoted to the dissemination of research results, practical experiences and new ideas in the application of specification, design and verification languages. The forum covers several application areas including the design, modelling and verification of integrated circuits, complex hardware/software embedded systems, and mixed-technology systems. FDL […]

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    PRiME PhD Student awarded HiPEAC Collaboration Grant

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    Congratulations to one of PRiME’s PhD students, Charlie Leech, who has successfully applied for a competitive HiPEAC Collaboration grant which allows him to undertake a three month internship with ARM Holdings plc in Cambridge. HiPEAC (“High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation”) is an EU funded project that has provided a hub for European researchers […]

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    PRiME research nominated for Best Interactive Presentation Award at DATE2016

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    The annual Design, Automation and Test in Europe (DATE) conference and exhibition was held in Dresden, Germany on 14 – 16 March 2016. The event had 1400 registered attendees from 50 countries and presented a varied technical programme over the three days, including 78 technical sessions. PRiME researchers took part in the “IP2 Interactive Presentations” […]

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    KAPow: Wins best paper award at FCCM16, Washington DC.

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    PRiME researchers at Imperial College, London, have developed a modelling tool for FPGA designs which allows users to monitor the power consumed by individual modules in the design. The tool is called KAPow – a loose acronym for ‘K’ounting Activity for Power estimation. Modern Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) can consist of highly complex system-on-chip […]

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    PRiME Collaborators Awarded Prestigious Prize

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    Key PRiME research and industrial collaborators, ARM and University of Southampton picked up the prestigious prize title ‘University Research Group of the Year’ at the National Microelectronics Institute annual dinner and prize giving event, held 19 November in London. The award was sponsored by Thales for excellent liaison and partnership in electronic systems with industry.  […]