Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2014


James Pallister

James Pallister is a graduate of the University of Bristol, where he achieved joint First Class Honours in Computer Science and Electronics, and he is presently studying for a PhD in low-power multi-core system design.

As part of current research activities James is combining high resolution energy measurement hardware with superoptimizer search, to find sequences of instructions which use as little energy as possible.


Title Day Room Track Start End
Open Energy Measurement Hardware Sunday AW1.126 Energy-efficient computing 11:45 12:15
Measuring application energy consumption with instrumented hardware (workshop) Sunday AW1.126 Energy-efficient computing 12:30 15:30