Matt Demonstrates his Research at DATE 201512th March 2015
Today, Matt Walker demonstrated his research on run-time power estimation for embedded multi-core CPUs at at the DATE 2014 Exhibition in Grenoble, France. The PRiME project had an exhibition stand at the event for the duration of the conference and exhibition, and showcased a selection of the research activities being undertaken on PRiME at Southampton.
Matt Demonstrating his Research
Photo copyright Fei Xia, 2015
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DATE Paper Nominated for Best Paper Award18th March 2011
Our 'Holistic Energy Harvesting' project was well represented at the DATE 2011 conference, with consortium members from Southampton, Newcastle and Imperial in attendance.
Four papers from the Holistic project were accepted for publication at the conference
The consortium shared a stand with the Energy Harvesting Network, giving attendees to the exhibition the opportunity to see videos, presentations, posters and demonstrators on the project, alongside holding discussions with consortium me... [more]
Stands at Technology World 200924th November 2009
I have just returned from the Technology World 2009 event, where I manned two stands over the two-day event:
The first stand was part of EPSRC's 'Impact!' display, where we presented research on intelligent sensing and energy harvesting.
The second stand was for the Electronics KTN on the 'No Batteries Included' grand challenge, where we showcased research on energy harvesting electronics, and gave out information on our upcoming Energy Harvesting Network and Holistic Energy Harvesting pr... [more]