SFI-Defence Forces Funding Announcement and I am recruiting Postdoc and Research Assistants
It has been announced today that Dr David Culliton and I have been shortlisted for the SFI-Defence Organisation Innovation Challenge. This funding allows us to seek researchers to fill research vacancies at IT Carlow in Carlow, Ireland in the multidisciplinary areas of measurement, sensors, data science, applied materials and machine learning. The research is in […]
PhD Thesis now Open-Sourced online and in TCD Library
My PhD thesis is now available in the online open-sourced Trinity’s Access to Research Archive (TARA) and physically in the Trinity College Dublin library. You can read the online version from TARA or the School of Computer Science and Statistics repositories.
I passed my PhD Viva yesterday
Delighted to say that I passed my PhD Viva yesterday after a 3.5-hour viva examination. With thanks to my examiners Dr Georgios Karakonstantis and Dr Michael Manzke and chaired by Prof Khurshid Ahmad. And a special thanks to my adviser Prof. David Gregg. It’s been a blast! And a big, big thanks for the love […]
The Next Platform Interviewed me about HOBFLOPS CNNs
The tech journalist Timothy Prickett Morgan of The Next Platform web site and Youtube channel interviewed me on Monday 27th July 2020 about our HOBFLOPS CNN work.
Come and see my talk at HiPEAC 2019
Come and see my talk at HiPEAC 2019 about my second PhD published paper.
Passed My PhD Confirmation Viva
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 […]
First Paper Published of my PhD by IEEE CAL
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 […]
First Paper Accepted by arXiv.org today
Dr. David Gregg and I have had my first PhD paper accepted by the 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!