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Muhammad Ridwan Madarbux

Biography

Muhammad Ridwan Madarbux was born in Port Louis, Mauritius in 1988. He joined UCL in 2008 for an MEng in Electronic Engineering with Nanotechnology, from which he graduated four years later. For his Master’s thesis, he worked on the design of an electronic gas sensor under the supervision of Dr Kenneth Tong. In 2012, he joined the ONG group as an MPhil/PhD student. He is currently working under the supervision of Dr Philip Watts on the investigation of the implications of photonic interconnect on future computer systems.

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Research Interests

Optical Network on Chip arbiters and routing algorithms,
Optical interconnects,
Shared memory multiprocessors.

Project Title

Investigating the implications of photonic interconnect on future computer systems

Supervisor

Dr Philip Watts

Publications

M. Madarbux, A. Van Laer and P. M. Watts, "Low latency scheduling algorithm for shared memory communication over optical networks" in High-Performance Interconnects (HOTI), 2013 IEEE 21th Annual Symposium on, 2013