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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor S B Furber
Organisation: The University of Manchester
Department: Computer Science
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Artificial Intelligence Biomedical neuroscience
Computer Sys. & Architecture Electronic Devices & Subsys.
Fundamentals of Computing Information & Knowledge Mgmt
Networks & Distributed Systems New & Emerging Comp. Paradigms
Parallel Computing Robotics & Autonomy
Software Engineering System on Chip
Theoretical biology Vision & Senses - ICT appl.
VLSI Design

Current EPSRC Support
EP/L000563/1 Continuous on-line adaptation in many-core systems: From graceful degradation to graceful amelioration(C)
EP/L000725/1 AnyScale Applications(C)
EP/K015699/1 Interconnection Networks: Practice unites with Theory (INPUT)(P)
EP/K034448/1 PRiME: Power-efficient, Reliable, Many-core Embedded systems(C)
EP/K008730/1 PAMELA: a Panoramic Approach to the Many-CorE LAndsape - from end-user to end-device: a holistic game-changing approach(P)
EP/J016330/1 DOME: Delaying and Overcoming Microprocessor Errors(C)
EP/J00457X/1 BABEL(P)
EP/I038357/1 eFuturesXD - crossing the boundaries(C)
EP/I038306/1 Globally Asynchronous Elastic Logic Synthesis (GAELS)(C)
EP/I028099/1 Manchester Centre for Doctoral Training in Computer Science(P)
EP/G015740/1 Biologically-Inspired Massively Parallel Architectures - computing beyond a million processors(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/I016643/1 CICADA Cross-disciplinary Feasibility Account(C)
EP/G02930X/1 VERification-Driven Asynchronous Design (VERDAD)(P)
EP/F03430X/1 PDP-squared: Meaningful PDP language models using parallel distributed processors.(C)
EP/G013500/1 Advanced Processor Technologies Platform Grant(P)
EP/E050441/1 The Manchester Centre for Interdisciplinary Computational and Dynamical Analysis (CICADA)(C)
EP/E001947/1 Meeting the design challenges of the nano-CMOS electronics(P)
EP/D07908X/1 A scalable chip multiprocessor for large-scale neural simulation(P)
EP/D054028/1 Network : Developing a Common Vision for UK research in Microelectronic Design.(C)
EP/C010841/1 A Novel Computing Architecture for Cognitive Systems based on the Laminar Microcircuitry of the Neocortex(C)
GR/S61270/01 Advanced Processor Technologies Portfolio Partnership(P)
GR/R73867/01 PLATFORM GRANT - asynchronous logic systems and tools(P)
GR/R91823/01 Evaluating Test Vector Coverage Using a Layout Driven Fault Model(P)
GR/S04314/01 Visiting Fellowship for Professor Steven Nowick(C)
GR/R52299/01 VLSI Sctructures for Globally Asynchronous Systems.(R)
GR/R53340/01 VLSI Structures for Globally Asynchronous Locally Synchronous Systems(P)
GR/N39159/01 A LOW-POWER ASYNCHRONOUS DSP FOR DIGITAL MOBILE PHONE CHIPSETS(C)
GR/N26432/01 MTP: THE CENTRE FOR ADVANCED TRAINING AND EDUCATION IN COMPUTER SCIENCE(C)
GR/N19618/01 A DATAPATH COMPILER & ENHANCED SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT FOR BALSA: AN ASYNCHRONOUS SILICON SYNTHESIS SYSTEM(C)
GR/M71466/01 LOW-POWER TECHNIQUES FOR CONTACTLESS SMARTCARD APPLICATIONS(C)
GR/M46396/01 ROPA: EFFICIENT VLSI ARCHITECTURES FOR INEXACT ASSOCIATIVE MEMORIES(P)
GR/M40455/01 OPTIMISING BALSA: A SYNTHESIS SYSTEM FOR ASYNCHRONOUS CIRCUITS(C)
GR/L28081/01 UNIVERSAL PERIPHERAL CONTROLLER(C)
GR/L27930/01 LOW POWER ARCHITECTURES, CIRCUITS AND TECHNOLOGIES (POWERPACK)(P)
GR/K61913/01 DESIGN TOOLS FOR HIGH-SPEED ASYNCHRONOUS CIRCUITS(P)
GR/H51767/01 TRANSFORMING ARCHITECTURAL MODELS INTO HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCURRENT IMPLEMENTATIONS(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Recognised Researcher