Paul Kelly: Current/recent research grants

Current research grants

Past research grants

  • IBM Faculty Award "Toward Autonomic Componentized Software Overlays"

  • Field-Programmable Logic for Custom Computing (platform grant) 5 years from 2005. With Wayne Luk (PI), Peter Cheung, George Constantinides, Oskar Mencer.

  • HiPEAC: High Performance Embedded Architectures and Compilers (Network of Excellence) 5 years from 2004. (member of large consortium, funding distributed over project lifetime).

  • Static and Dynamic Program Optimisation British Council ARC travel grant, to collaborate with Prof Christian Lengauer at the University of Passau, Germany. 2 years from 2004.

  • Framework for domain-specific optimization at run-time Microsoft "Rotor" award, 1 year from 2004.

  • Extensible domain-specific performance analysis using dynamic aspect weaving IBM Eclipse Innovation Grant, 1 year from 2004.

  • DESORMI: Delayed-evaluation, self-optimising Java Remote Method Invocation. 1 RA for 3 years (2001 onwards), EPSRC. (jointly with Tony Field) See project page: http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~samt/DESORMI/index.html

  • OSCAR: Optimising scientific applications at run-time. 1 RA for 3 years (2001 onwards), EPSRC. (jointly with Tony Field)

  • Compaqt: Combining Program and Query Transformation for the Efficient Exploitation of Parallel Database Hardware. 1 RA for 3 years (1993 onwards), EPSRC. (Jointly with Tony Field and Hessam Koshnevisan, Imperial).

  • Cramp: Combining randomisation and mixed-policy caching for bounded-contention shared-memory. 1 RA for 3 years (1994 onwards), EPSRC. (Jointly with Tony Field, Imperial).

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  • Futurespace The Optimisation of Coherency and Communication in Parallel Systems using Shared Abstract Data Types. 1 RA for 3 years (1994 onwards), EPSRC. (Jointly with Tony Field, Imperial).

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