Jim Garside gained a BSc in Physics in 1983 at the University of Manchester and a PhD in Computer Science at the same institution in 1987. Since that time he has worked in hardware systems using Inmos Transputers for investigation into parallel computer architectures and as a programmer on Air Traffic Control systems. He was appointed as a lecturer in the School Of Computer Science at the University of Manchester in 1991. Since that time he has primarily been involved in research into asynchronous logic systems, especially in the design of the AMULET series of asynchronous microprocessors.
I guess I should elaborate this page, but hey! I did most of the others. For AMULET, start here.