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Department of Computer Science and Technology

  • Professor of Computer Architecture and Compilation
  • Fellow and Dos at Gonville and Caius

I'm a Professor at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, as well as Fellow and 1956 College Lecturer at Gonville and Caius college where I'm joint Director of Studies (DoS) for Computer Science. My research focuses on extracting the many different forms of parallelism from applications (e.g. thread-level, data-level, memory-level) to increase performance and address energy-efficiency and reliability challenges within compilers, binary translators and microarchitectures. I'm increasingly looking into security implications too. I occasionally blog about my group's activities and research and you can find me on Twitter with the handle TJonesCL. I have an Erdős Number of 4, apparently.

My home page gives more information about my research, my group, software we have released and my publications.

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