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Computing Infrastructure

Inside a desktop computer

Computing Infrastructure

Electronics inside a desktop computer

Computing Infrastructure

Computing is at the core of today's society, as almost every aspect of day-to-day life depends on digital technology, and data processing in particular. Our group is engaged in a wide range of research aspects related to Computer Engineering, with a focus on building Scalable, Sustainable and Resilient computing infrastructure.

In our research, we use micro-architectures to improve system-scale and application level performance. Examples include using programmable devices to design new data driven accelerator platforms, building high-performance networked-systems, improving power-efficiency in cloud computing, re-imagining server architectures, and more. All our research is implementation-driven, producing working prototypes.

The research group is centred at the Department of Engineering Science and has connections to many other research groups across in the United Kingdom and internationally, and we are also closely linked to industry.

Open source research is at the heart of our work, and we are active in several open source communities. The code developed under different projects, as well as collected datasets, are made available online.

Don't forget to join our livestreamed Lubbock lecture this afternoon from 3pm! Talks from three Oxford engineers on decarbonising aviation, smart cities and combustion engines, followed by Dr Anita Sengupta's keynote on The Future of Transportation at 5pm https://t.co/u32VVETkaa https://t.co/nlwu4DqRjB

RT @mplsoxford: Later today, Professor of Astronautical Engineering, Dr Anita Sengupta @USC, will give the @oxengsci 47th Maurice Lubbock M…

RT @MishaDPatel: This morning I had the pleasure of speaking to a group of sixth formers about my engineering journey, as part of an outrea…

DPhil Student, Carla Fuenteslopez, spoke to us about her research for #INWED2022 focused on microvascular trauma and development of a bioartificial muscle model with a microvascular network. Click to watch more! #INWED #WomenInEngineering @WIEOxford https://t.co/xqkQbbwRhH

RT @StEdmundHall: Book now for #FrontiersInESG2022 Symposium organised by @OxfordSBS & #StEdmundHall to advance our collective understandin…

Our next #INWED22 profile is with MSc by Research student, Lillian Usadi. A part of the Physical Acoustics Lab, Lillian's research is focused on bubbles with both Biomedical and Chemical Engineering applications. Click to watch more. #INWED2022 #INWED @WIEOxford https://t.co/GEFyq7J7JZ