Best Paper Nomination at DATE 201511th March 2015
Our 'PRiME' (Power and Reliability in Many-Core Embedded Systems) project was well represented at the DATE 2015 conference, with a combination of technical presentations, workshop papers and an exhibition stand showing technology demonstrators.
Anup Presenting his Paper at DATE 2015
Photo copyright Fei Xia, 2015
In particular, one of our papers "Workload uncertainty characterization and adaptive frequency scaling for energy minimization of embedded systems", presented by Dr Anup Das, was nominated for for a best-paper award.
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Davide wins Silver in SET for Britain 20159th March 2015
One of the PhD students in my team, Davide Zilli, won the silver medal (second place) at the SET for BRITAIN 2015 competition at the House of Commons in London. Competing against 59 other PhD students, postdocs and early-career researchers from around Great Britain, Davide presented his poster to researchers and politicians. His poster was on his research into the use of smartphones for biodiversity monitoring, in particular the hunt for the New Forest Cicada. His success also gained him a &poun... [more]
Autonomous Street Light Simulator21st February 2014
StreetlightSim has been produced as part of Sei Ping Lau's, a member of my research team, PhD research project. The simulator is an open source streetlight simulation environment based on the well-known OMNet++ and SUMO tools. It features a customisable road traffic pattern, described by the road traffic distribution according to different times of day and annual average daily traffic flow (AADF), and can be easily extended to different streetlight networks using OpenStreetMap and JOSM.