Dr. Georgios Karakonstantis elevated to Senior Member of IEEE
Dr. Georgios Karakonstantis has been elevated to the grade of Senior Member of IEEE for his achievements; a recognition achieved by only 8% of IEEE's 425,000 members across 160 countries.
Since joining QUB, his team published more than 35 papers on the design of energy-efficient and resilient circuits and systems, while contributing to major research programmes funded with over £14M. Noteworthy, the efforts in the recent UniServer project that he led demonstrated that it is possible to save up-to 32% power savings on real state-of-the art servers, while adopting intelligent monitoring schemes and adaptive power-reliability management mechanisms across the computing stack.
His work was among the first to propose the utilisation of inherent resilient properties of many applications for the design of low-power and robust processing and memory architectures.
Dr Karakonstantis commented: "I am honoured to have achieved this prestigious membership grade of IEEE and to be recognised for technical and professional excellence. I would like to thank all my collaborators and students. I look forward to continuing my work on the design of error-resilient architectures, approximate computing systems and the application of machine-learning on modeling the systems behavior under any operating condition."
Learn more about IEEE Senior Membership here.