Christopher Crispin-Bailey

Rethinking CPU Foundations
Who is: 

Dr. Christopher Crispin-Bailey is a Lecturer in the University of York (Department of Computer Science) and a member of the Advanced Computer Architectures Group.

Abstract of communication: 

Current CPU technology is dominated by a register based model of computation, relying heavily on an accumulation of techniques to generate more performance per Watt. What happens if we abandon this register-based foundation for an alternative scheme ? We highlight in this talk some examples in order to make a case for incorporating a novel architecture imperative in the forthcoming call.

Green ICT, towards Zero Power ICT
12:00, September 5
Short talk