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

    | Awards, News, Press

      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 releases releases another free software tool – PRiME Code Generation Tool

    | News, Tools

    PRiME has made available another free, open source software tool developed as part of its research activities. PRiME Code Generation tool is a Rodin* plug-in that facilitates automatic code generation of Runtime Management software from verified Event-B formal models. The tool is an extension to the existing Rodin code generation plugin (Tasking Event-B). The tool has […]

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    PRiME Researcher Transitions to Industry Consultancy Role

    | Uncategorised

    Charlie Leech, a former Senior Research Assistant and PhD student with PRiME has secured a position as a Consultant Analyst with PA Consulting in Cambridge. Charlie developed the PRiME Stereo Match tool and found PRiME enabled him to develop both technical and personal skills. “PRiME has a focus on demonstrating research through real-world applications. The […]

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    PRiME Releases a New Software Tool – the PRiME Framework

    | Demonstrators, News, Tools

    PRiME is pleased to announce the release of PRiME Framework which enables application- and platform-agnostic runtime management. Being able to balance the competing needs of application performance with the minimisation of system power is essential for future systems and one way to achieve this is with application-aware runtime management of system behaviour. There are many runtime management […]

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    PRiME International Symposium Workshop on Many-Core Computing: Hardware and Software is a Great Success

    | Events, News, Outreach

    Our International Symposium Workshop on Many-Core Computing: Hardware and Software networking event was a great success. Over 16 speakers and more than 65 attendees from over 10 different countries around the world visited Southampton to take part in a vibrant and informative event. Leading experts from both industry and academia shared their knowledge about best practice […]

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    PRiME Welcomes New Impact Manager

    | News, Outreach

    Welcome to the PRiME team Dr Ghaithaa Manla, PRiME Impact Manager. In her role as Impactech manager, Ghaithaa is currently Enterprise Research Fellow for the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering. Her Role is to enhance the relationship between industry and academia to maximize the impact of research on our society and thus the economy. […]

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    PRiME researcher secures Internship at ARM Cambridge

    | News

    Vasileios Tenentes, a Research Fellow on the PRiME Programme at the University of Southampton, is currently undertaking an internship at ARM Research, Cambridge. His research during his internship is on Run-time Adaptation of Embedded Systems for Power-Noise Issues. First, he is developing a novel on-chip power integrity characterisation paradigm (software and hardware). After this, he […]

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    PRiME to host International Symposium Workshop on Many-Core Computing: Hardware and Software

    | Events, News

    The PRiME Programme will feature within the planned programme for the International Symposium Workshop on Many-Core Computing: Hardware and Software to be hosted by University of Southampton in January 2018. The UK’s Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) has made significant investment over the last 5 years in the area of “many-core computing”. To celebrate […]

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    PRiME Theme Leader Awarded RAE Fellowship

    | Awards, Events, News

    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 releases another free software tool – “KOCL”

    | Demonstrators, News, Tools

    PRiME has made available another free, open source software tool developed as part of its research activities. KOCL (“KAPow for OpenCL”) is PRiME’s automated tool flow for generating FPGA designs capable of accelerating OpenCL kernel execution whilst reporting their own power consumption. The tool was created by PRiME researchers at Imperial College as part of […]