School of Computing and Communications
Iam a lecturer (assistant professor) in Lancaster University in the School of Computing and Communications. Prior to joining Lancaster, I was part of the Compiler and Architecture Design Group at the University of Edinburgh's School of Informatics.
My research investigate how compiler and runtime techniques can be used to optimise energy efficiency and performance for computing systems -- from as small as the individual smartphone in the pocket to as big as the ultra large scale data centre.
January, 2016: I have a Research Associate post available in parallel compiler optimisation. Contact me for informal enquiries.
January, 2016: I have two fully funded PhD studentships available in parallel compiler optimisation. Contact me for informal enquiries.
PhD studentship: I am interested in working with strong PhD students interested in my research areas. If you are interested in doing a PhD under my supervision, please contact me with a CV and a short text describing your background. Fundings are available for excellent candidates.
- Vicent Sanz Marco
- Ben Taylor (PhD, starting from 10/2015, supported by a FST PhD studentship)
- Willy WOLFF (PhD Student, joining at 02/2016, supported by a CASE PhD studentship with ARM)
- William Ogilvie (PhD student, co-supervise with Hugh Leather from the University of Edinburgh)
- Jie Ren (Visiting PhD student, 09/2015-03/2016)
Sept, 2013 -, Lecturer, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University.
2011 - 2013, Research Associate, the University of Edinbugh.
2007 - 2011, PhD Student, the University of Edinburgh. Aademic advisor: Professor Michael O'Boyle FBCS.
2005 - 2007, Staff member, IBM Research (China)