University of Manchester

Department of Computer Science

Research Studentship in Low-Power Asynchronous Design

This studentship has arisen as a result of the formation of a Low Power Cluster of UK universities comprising the Universities of Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool and Queen's University, Belfast. The cluster will be responsible for arranging an annual UK workshop on low-power design and will meet regularly to coordinate activities.

The EPSRC-funded low-power cluster project has established an earmarked studentship at Manchester to work on low-power asynchronous design. Applicants should have a good first degree in a scientific subject. Normal postgraduate acceptance criteria apply, and the studentship carries the standard EPSRC grant conditions.

For further particulars and application forms please contact:

Informal inquiries to Prof. S.B.Furber.