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ICT-Energy Letters - Call for papers

There is growing demand of low energy ICT devices, from portable and personal applications to high performance data centers. In this context, you are invited to submit a paper for the 9th issue of "ICT-Energy Letters" that is previewed for the end of January 2015. The objective is to make this open access journal growing fast with the perspective to become a reference Journal about energy-related topics for ICT, sharing and disseminating scientific results inside and outside our community with a strong interdisciplinary view.

ICT-Energy board meeting on Dec. 3rd, Brussels.

A board meeting of the ICT-Energy consortium was held in Brussels on Dec. 3rd.

During the meeting, the participants reviewed the status of the Coordination Action activity and planned for future events.

Most remarkably the 2015 summer school (see here the 2014 edition: http://www.nipslab.org/summerschool2014) and the Academia-Industry Clustering/Networking workshop.

Stay tuned to know more.

Members of the ICT-Energy Consortium participate at the ICT Proposer's day 2014

Florence 9 October 2014
Members of the ICT-Energy Consortium are in Florence to participate the networking event to promote European ICT Research & Innovation, focusing on the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2015.
This event offers a good opportunity to build quality partnerships between academia, research institutes, industrial stakeholders, SMEs and government actors from all over Europe.

Joint TACLe - EACO Workshop on Analysis Techniques for Energy-Aware COmputing (EACO)

The Energy Aware COmputing workshop series is being organized since February 2011 by Dr. Kerstin Eder from the University of Bristol (UK), one of the partners of the ICT-Energy project. Its aim is to bring together researchers and engineers with interests in energy-aware computing for discussions to identify intellectual challenges that can be developed into collaborative research projects.

Micro-Energy Day 2014

Will we be able to do without batteries one day? Can energy be harvested for reuse by computing devices? How can the computing stack be redesigned to use energy in smarter ways? How can we predict energy consumption by software applications? How can we ensure that the exascale supercomputers of the future will use energy sustainably?

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