I am a PhD student in the Compiler and Architecture Design Group
in the School of Informatics
at the University of Edinburgh.
I am advised by Michael O'Boyle and
My research interests are in design space exploration methods for heterogeneous multi- and manycores.
This work is sponsored by ARM through the
ARM Centre of Excellence. My mentor
at ARM is John Goodacre.
Sep 2011 - present: PhD in Computing Systems Architecture at the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
Aug 2014 - Dec 2014: Intern at ARM R&D, Cambridge
Oct 2010 - May 2011: BEng project on real-time immersive augmented reality under
Dr. John Collomosse
Jul 2009 - Sep 2010: Work experience as a digital design verification engineer at Texas Instruments' UK Custom unit
Sep 2007 - Jun 2011: BEng in Electronics and Computer Engineering at the University of Surrey
Publications & Presentations
E. Tomusk, C. Dubach, M. O'Boyle, “Measuring flexibility in single-ISA heterogeneous processors,”
in the International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques (PACT), Aug 2014.
E. Tomusk and M. O'Boyle, “Position Paper: Weak heterogeneity as a way of adapting multicores to real workloads,”
in the International Workshop on Adaptive Self-Tuning Computing Systems (ADAPT), Jan 2013.
[PDF] [BIB] [Poster (JPEG)]
("Best paper/presentation" in ADAPT'13)
[PDF] [BIB] [Slides (PDF)]
E. Tomusk. “Are Practical multicores weakly heterogeneous?” HiPEAC 2013 Poster Session, Jan 2013.
("Best student poster" at HiPEAC'13)
E. Tomusk. “Practicalities of design space exploration with gem5 and McPAT,“ in Low Power Ecosystem—gem5 Practical User Experience at HiPEAC CSW. Presentation, 18 Oct 2012.
2013 Spring: Computer Architecture
2012 Spring: Computer Architecture
There is a video about my BEng augmented reality project here.
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