The Arm-ECS Research Centre had a strong presence at the Arm Research Summit 2018.
A total of 9 staff and students from ECS/Southampton attended the 3-day event at Robinson College, Cambridge.
Dr Geoff Merrett gave a presentation in the main hall on the runtime management approaches that have been developed in the PRiME project.
Geoff’s presentation slides are available for download, and a video of the presentation can be watched below:
Posters were presented by Tim Daulby, Ilias Vougioukas, Matthew Walker, Mahmoud Wagih, Dr Basel Halak and Yunpeng Cai, as well as by Arm-ECS alumni Amit Singh.
Tim Daulby’s poster on ‘Power Napping’ was ranked in the top-5 posters presented at the event, according to the “People’s Choice” award.
Watch Tim giving a 2-minute overview of his research area at the Arm Research Summit 2018 (in the “Ones To Watch” session preceding the poster presentations) below:
Arm-ECS researchers gave a demo of their research into Transient Computing Systems during every coffee breaks, and received significant interest from attendees throughout the event.
PhD student Ilias Vougioukas was one of four panel members for the “Arm Research Collaborations: Fueling Innovation” session. Ilias presented his experiences from being a PhD student in the Arm-ECS Research Centre, but one who is primarily based at Arm Research in Cambridge. Watch Ilias’ presentation below:
Directly following the event, the Arm-ECS Research Centre celebrated its 10 year anniversary!