Together, we are shaping the future
The Arm-ECS Research Centre is a collaboration between researchers in the Department of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, and Arm Research, Cambridge. The industry-university Centre was founded by Prof Bashir Al-Hashimi and Dr David Flynn in 2008, following successful research collaborations between Prof Bashir Al-Hashimi’s research group and Arm.
The centre is based at the University of Southampton, but its researchers either spend most of their time at Arm, or at the University with internships at Arm. It is co-directed by Prof Geoff Merrett and Simon Craske (Arm Fellow and Lead Embedded Architect). The Centre received the “Research Group of the Year” award from the NMI in 2015, and was a runner-up for the TechWorks “Research Collaboration of the Year” award in 2018.
In the Centre, we undertake collaborative research facilitated through funding from a mix of sources including the EPSRC, Arm or the University of Southampton. The collaboration has been active for over a decade, with numerous internships, joint publications, projects and PhD students.
Like the sound of the Arm-ECS Research Centre? Are you intelligent, hard-working, seeking a career in research, and passionate about technology? If your answers are ‘yes’, see below for current opportunities to join the team. You can read about the unique benefits of a PhD in the Centre, as written by one of our previous students.
The team are after a full-time Research Fellow to work on research related to energy-efficient machine learning for mobile/embedded systems
Become a PhD student in the Centre, based primarily in ECS (Southampton) with 3-month internship(s) at Arm.
Our research is organised into distinct collaborative projects, representing areas of joint interest. A number of people work on each project, including ECS academics, researchers, PhD students and Arm researchers.
Our technologies put our research into practice, demonstrating the designs, methods, algorithms and concepts that we’ve developed through silicon test-chips and downloadable software tools.
Our groundbreaking research leads to co-authored publications in high-quality journals and conferences.