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EPSRC Support by Socio-economic Theme in Cross-ICT: MACDES

EPSRC classifies the research it supports by socio-economic theme. This taxonomy has been used to classify all grants current on 1st January 2003 or received after this date.

Please note that the assignment of a theme to a grant indicates that the theme may apply in whole or in part to the research activity of that grant. This means that the values of grants within a classification should not be totalled to find the total investment in that area or to compare investment between areas of research. The value shown for each grant is always the total awarded, not the proportion attributed to the individual socio-economic theme.

Grant TitlePrincipal
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
Application Customisation: Enhancing Design Quality and Developer ProductivityLuk, Professor WImperial College LondonDept of Computing 1,263,356
Automatic Binary ParallelisationJones, Dr TMUniversity of CambridgeComputer Science and Technology 850,187
C3: Scalable & Verified Shared Memory via Consistency-directed Cache CoherenceNagarajan, Dr VUniversity of EdinburghSch of Informatics 668,897
ENergy Efficient Adaptive Computing with multi-grain heterogeneous architectures (ENEAC)Nunez-Yanez, Dr JUniversity of BristolElectrical and Electronic Engineering 567,204
Event-based parallel computing - partially ordered event-triggered systems (POETS)Brown, Professor ADUniversity of SouthamptonElectronics and Computer Science 4,981,302
LAMBDA: Learning Algorithms for Modularity in Broad and Deep ArchitecturesBrown, Professor GUniversity of Manchester, TheComputer Science 521,154
M3: Managing Many-Cores for the MassesJones, Dr TMUniversity of CambridgeComputer Science and Technology 1,212,276
Manycore Research Innovation and Opportunities Network (MaRIONet)Singer, Dr JUniversity of GlasgowSchool of Computing Science 91,619
Mixed Criticality Cyber Physical SystemsBurns, Professor AUniversity of YorkComputer Science 990,455
Reliable Many-Core ProgrammingDonaldson, Dr AFImperial College LondonDept of Computing 1,005,751
Self-repairing Hardware Paradigms based on Astrocyte-neuron ModelsHalliday, Dr DUniversity of YorkElectronics 683,915
Self-repairing hardware paradigms based on astrocyte-neuron modelsMcDaid, Professor LJUniversity of UlsterSch of Computing & Intelligent Systems 375,835
STRATA; Layers for Structuring Trustworthy Ambient SystemsRomanovsky, Professor ANewcastle UniversitySch of Computing 965,298
Verifiably correct concurrency abstractionsDerrick, Professor JUniversity of SheffieldComputer Science 17,123

Total Number of Grants: 14
Total Value of Grants: £14,194,374

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).