Official Blog of Dr James Garland
I undertook my Ph.D. Confirmation viva voce today (6th Feb 2018). This entailed a presentation and a report to two professors, Dr. Jonathan Dukes (presentation chair) and Dr. Michael Manzke (domain expert) of Trinity College Dublin who questioned me during and after the presentation. After a short discussion with my supervisor Dr. David Gregg, they […]
13th Summer School on Advanced Computer Architecture and Compilation for High-Performance and Embedded Systems
Just a quick note from me to congratulate and thank the organisers and lecturers for what I feel was a very enjoyable, educational, informative and entertaining (Trunk Monkey  aside Prof. Huebner) set of courses and keynote talks. I’m still going over it all and digesting it more than a week later! And the photos […]
Dr. David Gregg and I have had my first paper of my PhD, entitled “Low Complexity Multiply Accumulate Unit for Weight-Sharing Convolutional Neural Networks” published. The IEEE Computer Architecture Letters published it on 23 January 2017. Whilst waiting for the printed version, the IEEE has published it on their on-line pre-print server. It can also be found […]
Dr. David Gregg and I have had my first PhD paper accepted by the pre-print server arXiv (pronounced archive). The paper, entitled “Low Complexity Multiply Accumulate Unit for Weight-Sharing Convolutional Neural Networks” is a 4 page paper, the PDF for which can be found by searching arxiv.org and directly at Comments welcome!