Postdoc in Heterogeneous Many-Core Processors
I'm looking to recruit a postdoc to work with me on design of heterogeneous many-core processors. The successful candidate will consider how to build and manage heterogeneous many-core processors, with trade-offs between specialisation for performance and energy efficiency, and the need for reliability built-in from the start. He or she may also consider how to compile applications, both statically and at runtime, to take advantage of heterogeneous many-core processors. Performance extraction via automatic parallelisation and compilation schemes to increase application reliability are two examples, amongst other techniques. The ideal candidate will have a PhD and strong background in computer architecture. More information can be found on the university's jobs page.
Fully-Funded PhD Position
The work within this project is seeking to address performance, reliability and energy-efficiency challenges within future many-core systems. We are aiming to develop compiler and computer architecture techniques to specialise computation, deal with processing errors and reduce the power consumption of next generation processors. ARM are fully funding a PhD studentship (for a Home / EU student) alongside this project, with a broad scope that complements the project's aims. If interested in pursuing a PhD in compilers or computer architecture (or both), please contact me for more information.