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DETMex: Expanding and distributing EASiHE tools: a collaboration between Southampton and México

From October 2011.

Principle investigators: Dr Gary B Wills, Lester Gilbert, Dr. Michelle A. Recio-Saucedo - C.I. POSEI/UAT.

Expanding and distributing EASiHE tools is a collaborative effort between ECS and the Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas (UAT). The project aims to: Disseminate EASiHE in HEIs outside the...

Flocc (functional language on compute clusters)

From October 2010.

Principle investigators: taj105, Bernd Fischer.

Flocc (functional language on compute clusters) is a high-level language for Big Data/data parallel programming on clusters. Its compiler showcases a new technique to automatically optimize the...

PRiME: Power-efficient, Reliable, Many-core Embedded systems

From 2013 to 2018.

Principle investigator: Professor Bashir M Al-Hashimi.

PRiME, a £5.6m EPSRC funded five year programme (2013-2018), brings together four universities with world-leading expertise in the complementary research areas of; low-power, highly-parallel,...

REALISE : REfining And Learning from on-line tools for Internet Shared Enterprise

From 2010.

Principle investigators: Professor Mike Wald, E.A. Draffan, Peter Cudd.

Project REALISE’s focus on accessibility and ease of use make it ideal for the application of open innovation principles as it has the potential to develop ground breaking and life changing...

Ultra-Low Power Design Based on Near Threshold Voltage

From November 2014 to November 2018.

Unlike the established Sub-Threshold Voltage (STV) techniques, the recently introduced Near-Threshold Voltage (NTV) approach promises to scale well with the decreasing supply voltage while...

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