Research Fellow/Senior Research Assistant Wanted!16th March 2015
We are currently advertising for a research fellow/senior research assistant on the PRiME project. The closing date for applications in Monday 13th April 2015, see the link below for more information.
Research Opportunities on PRiME
The successful candidate will join the PRiME Programme (www.prime-project.org): a large, dedicated and enthusiastic research team of academics, post-docs and PhD students in electronics and computer science. The team is responsible for researching the next generation of many-core embedded systems. The post-holder will lead on the delivery of PRiME's 'showcase' demonstrator(s), by undertaking a programme of application-led research and development.
The focus will be primarily on conducting application and demonstrator-focussed research to enable the demonstration of PRiME's outputs. The appointed researcher will work closely with the research being undertaken by other PRiME researchers across the consortium (Southampton, Imperial, Manchester and Newcastle), as well as PRiME's industrial partners (Altera, ARM, Freescale, Imagination Technologies, Microsoft Research).
For more information, click here.
Sam Presents Paper at Eurosensors 20116th September 2011
Hui Huang (Sam) presented his research on "Human-powered inertial energy harvesters: the effect of orientation, location and activity on obtainable power" at this year's Eurosensors conference in Athens, Greece. His presentation was part of a session on "System Energy Issues".
ECS Summer School 2015 a Success!31st July 2015
Over 70 prospective undergraduate students from across the UK and beyond enjoyed taking part in our annual Electronics and Computer Science summer school this year.
The week-long residential course included lab work, lectures, and visits to specialist facilities, such as the Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory, the Southampton Nanofabrication Centre and Professor Mark Nixon's Biometric Gait Chamber. The summer school also gave participants the opportunity to experience university living, thro... [more]