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    PRiME PI Professor Bashir M Al-Hashimi CBE FREng FIET awarded Faraday Medal

    | Awards, News

    The IET has made the 97th award of the Faraday Medal to PRiME PI Professor Bashir M Al-Hashimi CBE FREng FIET, ARM Professor of Computer Engineering and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Natural and Mathematical Sciences at King’s College London, for his seminal contributions to semiconductor manufacturing test of system-on-chip, pioneering a new direction […]

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    PRiME Investigators Publish New Edited Book with IET

    | News, Outreach, Press

    Many-Core Computing: Hardware and Software Book Editors: Prof Bashir M. Al-Hashimi & Dr Geoff V. Merrett Investigators and researchers from across all 4 Research Themes of the PRiME programme have authored chapters in a new edited book published with IET. The book contains 4 sections: Section 1: Programming Models, Operating Systems and Applications Section 2: […]

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    Download Our Leaflet – PRiME Project Outcomes

    | Demonstrators, News, Outreach

    PRiME project has produced a leaflet celebrating our successes during the 5 years of the project. Download your own copy of FINAL PRiME leaflet

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    An Award-Winning Partnership – Newelectronics 25 September 2018

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    PRiME Director Professor Bashir Al-Hashimi talks about the vital importance of collaborations between academia and industry as the award winning Arm-ECS Research Centre celebrates 10 years of partnership in New Electronics magazine. The article was published in the 25 September 2018 edition of New Electronics, under the headline “An Award Winning Partnership”, following an editorial in the […]

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

    | Awards, News

    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 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 releases a new free software tool suite – GemStone

    | Demonstrators, News, Tools

    GemStone is an innovative full system performance that consists of five software tools that, together, identify and evaluate the sources of error in gem5 models against a reference hardware (HW) platform by utilising statistical and machine learning approaches. Independently, the tools serve many purposes: Automating the running of experiments and collection of Performance Monitoring Counters […]

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    PRiME releases another free software tool – PRiME Code Generation Tool

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    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

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    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 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 […]