Networking and Occam-Pi for Raspberry-Pi wins Meterology Prize
The first student to graduate from the new BSc (Hons) Computing Science course in the School of Computing has been awarded this year’s prize from METERology
Ludovic Capelli, originally from France, joined the course directly into third year in 2013. His Honours project entitled "An Investigation into Networking and Occam-Pi for Raspberry-Pi Processors” was selected by the Board of Examiners to receive this prize.
The main objective of his project was to find out a more efficient network architecture for Occam-Pi programming language on low-powered devices called Raspberry-Pi. Brian Hunter, Managing Director of Meterology, said “Ludovic’s project ties in with our aim at METERology to help organisations migrate to low-powered solutions, using energy metering to support new ways of working.”
Ludovic is now studying for a Master Award in High Performance Computing with Data Science at Edinburgh University.
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