ECS success at DATE11
Members of the Electronic Systems Design group in ECS-Electronics and Computer Science made a substantial contribute to the prestigious DATE11 event held last week in Grenoble.
Professor Bashir Al-Hashimi was General Chair of this year's DATE conference, which was the most successful of the series so far. 'Our attendance numbers at the DATE exhibition were up by more than 40 per on last year," said Professor Al-Hashimi, "demonstrating the importance and relevance of the event to our community. We believe it is one of the best examples of industry and research in partnership, with great significance for the micro and nanoelectronics industry and for embedded systems manufacture."
In addition to Professor Al-Hashimi, six other members of the ESD group attended the event and are pictured here (l-r) Dr Tom Kazmierski, Professor Al-Hashimi, Jatin Mistry, Dr Alex Weddell, Professor David Flynn, Dr Leran Wang and Dr Geoff Merrett. They presented five papers in total and demonstrated results from the EPSRC-funded project "Next Generation Energy-Harvesting Electronics: A Holistic Approach". Dr Kazmierski was elected to the Council of next year's event.
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