Congratulations to Matthew Walker, who successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Hardware Validated Performance and Energy Modelling of Heterogeneous Multi-Processing Architectures“.
Matthew’s research investigated approaches for accurate and stable power modelling of multi-core mobile and embedded processors, and his research led to a number of publications, open source tools, and other outputs. His research was undertaken as part of the EPSRC PRiME research programme.
Matthew was co-supervised by Dr Geoff Merrett, who commented:
“It’s great news that Matt successfully defended his PhD thesis and passed the viva subject to minor ammendments, and the examiners gave some really positive comments on the quality and impact of his research. Matt’s research was excellent, and he’s developed considerably as a researcher during his studies. I wish him the best of luck in his new role at Arm Research.”
Matthew has accepted a position at Arm Research in Cambridge, where he will continue to be a member of the Arm-ECS Research Centre.