• Cyber Security of the Internet of Things
    Cyber Security of the Internet of Things
    Internet of Things Research Hub
  • DIVIDEND
    DIVIDEND
    Distributed Heterogeneous Vertically IntegrateD ENergy Efficient Data centres
  • Sanders
    Sanders
    Smart, adaptive compilation for dark silicion
  • Energy-aware Optimisation for Mobiles
    Energy-aware Optimisation for Mobiles

About


MetaLab is a group of scientists who explore the properties of hardware and software systems at a meta level. With modern computer systems growing in complexity far beyond the ability of humans to reason about them, this means building machine-based capabilities to model, reason about and control these systems. Our group works on this problem in many different dimensions and across many application domains, ultimately aiming to build a complete fundamental understanding of how we can express and reason about all forms of computational system at a higher level. Members of the group have expertise in research areas spanning cloud computing, datacenters, many-core systems, networking, IoTs, middleware, compilers, and runtime optimisation.

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Recent News


MetaLab researchers present emergent software at SASO
22 Roberto Rodrigues Filho, a PhD student in MetaLab, presented our recent research on emergent software systems at the IEEE
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Prestigious fellowship brings environmental science into the digital age
A Lancaster University professor has been awarded a prestigious senior fellowship to bring about a step change in data-driven environmental
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MetaLab researchers attended the ACACES 2016 summer school
Metalab researchers, Vicent Sanz Marco, Ben Taylor, and Willy Wolf attended the ACACES 2016 summer school at Fiuggi, Italy. Vicent also presented
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Shedding light on the era of Dark silicon
Researchers at Lancaster University are racing against time to find smart solutions to the rapidly advancing era of ‘dark silicon’.
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The Internet of Sheep: WiFi-connected flock to eat grass and transmit data
You may have heard of the Internet of Things — the idea that eventually all physical objects could communicate data
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