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 Prof. Michael O'Boyle,
Dr. Christophe Dubach, and
Mr. John Goodacre.
My research interests are in power-aware design space exploration, specifically of heterogeneous multi- and manycores.
Sep 2011 - present: PhD in Computing Systems Architecture at the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
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 and M. O'Boyle, Position Paper: Weak Heterogeneity as a way of Adapting Multicores to Real Workloads.
In the ADAPT'13 workshop, Jan 2013.
("Best paper/presentation" in ADAPT'13)
E. Tomusk. Are Practical Multicores Weakly Heterogeneous?. HiPEAC 2013 Poster Session, Jan 2013. ("Best student poster" at HiPEAC'13) [JPEG]
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. [Slides]
2013 Spring: Computer Architecture
2012 Spring: Computer Architecture
There is a video about my BEng augmented reality project here.