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New Doctoral Centre in Pervasive Parallelism

The University has won a share of a £350 million investment in UK science and engineering postgraduate training. The School of Informatics will host the Centre for Pervasive Parallelism The CDT in Pervasive Parallelism will be led by Professor Mike O'Boyle in the School of Informatics. It seeks to address the end of the one-step-at-time era of sequential computing. Students will focus on systems containing multiple processors. Their research will reconsider how to design programming languages and architectures, for example to allow flexible trading of energy for performance. Researchers will consider the necessary theories and methodologies to reason about the behaviour of this new hardware and software. Industrial interaction will ensure students engage with real world case-studies.

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