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Bashir Al-Hashimi, University of Southampton, OH 14, E23

Event Date: June 22, 2017 16:0

Bashir Al-Hashimi

Runtime management for many core embedded systems: the PRiME approach

PRiME (Power-efficient, Reliable, Manycore Embedded Systems, http://www.prime-project.org) is a national research programme funded by UK EPSRC, which started in 2013. My talk will outline the key scientific challenges in energy efficiency and hardware reliability of many-core embedded systems which PRiME has addressed / is still addressing. I will describe the main theoretical and experimental advances achieved to date. This includes presentation of learning-based runtime algorithms and OpenCL based cross-layer framework for energy optimization.


Bashir M. Al-Hashimi (M’99-SM’01-F’09) is a Professor of Computer Engineering and Dean of the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering at University of Southampton, UK.

He is ARM Professor of Computer Engineering and Co-Director of the ARM- ECS research centre. His research interests include methods, algorithms and design automation tools for energy efficient of embedded computing systems. He has published over 300 technical papers, authored or co-authored 5 books and has graduated 33 PhD students.

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