Research Area: Intelligent Systems and Nano-science Group
Areas of Expertise: Evolutionary Computation, Evolutionary Hardware, FPGA, ASIC
I am an Anniversary Research Lecturer in the Department of Electronics at York. My research interests include variability aware analogue and digital hardware design, biologically motivated models of hardware design, evolutionary computation, and autonomous fault-tolerance. My current focus is on using bio-inspired techniques to create adaptive, self-healing multi-reconfigurable architectures to tackle nano-scale CMOS design challenges. I am co-investigator on 3 currently running EPSRC projects Platform Grant - Bio-inspired Adaptive Architectures and Systems (EP/K040820/1), Graceful (EP/L000563/1) and PAnDA (EP/I005838/1). I am a senior member of the IEEE, a member of the DPG, co-chair of the International Conference of Evolvable Systems (ICES), and vice chair of the IEEE Task Force on Evolvable Hardware.
Publications information is available via the York Research Database