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Bashir Al-Hashimi

Professor Bashir Al-Hashimi ARM Professor of Computer Engineering

Professor of Computer Engineering

Start date at Kings: 6/04/2020

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Bashir M. Al-Hashimi is a renowned world-leading computer engineer, who has made significant contributions to understanding the interactions between hardware and software of energy-constrained computing and its application in industrial designs. He is acknowledged internationally in the field of energy-efficient computing and systems engineering and his research has won numerous academic awards and widespread external recognition. He has played a prominent role in the development of battery-free computing that underpins a broad range of digital technologies as an emerging field, such as the internet of things.

Bashir is an interdisciplinary researcher, he has led successfully a number of large-scale interdisciplinary research programmes funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and industry. As an example, he was the principal investigator of an EPSRC Programme Grant which was cited as an exemplar of interdisciplinary research. He has established numerous international research collaborations and has also applied successfully with colleagues from Imperial College to build an international centre to centre research consortia in Spatial Computational Learning, as a new EPSRC funding initiative for UK research groups to partner the best international leading researchers.

 

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