PhD Student in High-Level Synthesis of Memory Structures for FPGAs

Imperial College London - Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Prof George Constantinides is recruiting for a PhD student to join his laboratory for a PhD programme in collaboration with Prof Jason Anderson at the University of Toronto.

Together, we are seeking to develop exciting methods for automatically synthesizing FPGA designs from software, extending the LegUp tool developed in Prof Anderson’s group (legup.eecg.utoronto.ca) and building upon the research in mathematical models for memory accesses in Prof Constantinides’ group, e.g. (cas.ee.ic.ac.uk/people/gac1/pubs/FelixTCAD16.pdf, cas.ee.ic.ac.uk/people/gac1/pubs/JunyiFCCM15.pdf).

We are particularly keen to investigate techniques for automatically devising high performance memory structures for multithreaded programs.

The PhD programme will provide the opportunity for significant engagement with the international research community through regular conference attendance, as well as the opportunity to spend a period embedded within Prof Anderson’s research group in Toronto.

Candidates will hold, or be about to graduate with, a first class honours degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science, Electronic Engineering, or equivalent.

Applications must be made via Imperial College Registry (www.ic.ac.uk/registry), marking the research field as “Circuits and Systems (FPGAs)”, the department as “EEE” and the proposed supervisor as “Prof G. Constantinides”.

Any queries regarding the application process should be directed to Wiesia Hsissen at w.hsissen@imperial.ac.uk

Share this PhD
     
  Share by Email   Print this job   More sharing options
We value your feedback on the quality of our adverts. If you have a comment to make about the overall quality of this advert, or its categorisation then please send us your feedback
Advert information

Type / Role:

PhD

Location(s):

London