Science Conference 2016 repository

Session I: Fundamental limits in energy consumption of computing

  • Sub-kBT micro-electromechanical irreversible logic gate
    M. López-Suárez​ (NiPS Lab, UNIPG) - Abstract - Slides
  • Fundamental Heat Dissipation Limits in Logic Circuits
    I. Ercan (Boğaziçi University) ​- Abstract - Slides
  • Fundamental thermal machines for the thermodynamics of computation
    D. Chiucchiù (NiPS Lab, UNIPG)​ - Abstract - Slides

Session II: Novel architectures and devices for energy efficient computing

  • Single-electron devices and circuits:  An alternative route to conventional computing
    F. Gonzalez Zalba (Hitachi Cambridge) - Abstract - Slides
  • Comparing CMOS and NEMS adiabatic circuits: A system
    S. Houri (TU Delft)​ - Abstract - Slides
  • Fundamental energy limits in the physics of nanomagnetic binary switches
    M. Madami (UNIPG)​ - Abstract - Slides
  • Silicon Nanowires Transistors for Quantum Information Architectures
    P. Douglas (University of Glasgow) - Abstract
  • Impact of Delay Propagation on NTV PCMOS Design
    G. Gillani (Univ. Twente) - Abstract
  • An Ultra-low-power NVM-based Multi-core Architecture for Embedded Bio-signal Processing
    R. Braojos (EPFL) - Abstract

Session III: Efficient Energy harvesting for autonomous devices

  • Kinetic Energy Harvesting based on electrostatic transduction
    P. Basset (ESIEE Paris) - Abstract
  • Kinetic energy harvesting at microscale: current progress and perspectives
    D. Galayco (UPMC Paris) - Abstract
  • MEMS-based energy harvester
    C. Rusu (ACREO​) - Abstract - Slides
  • Underwater piezoelectric energy harvester
    F. Orfei (NiPS Lab, UNIPG) - Abstract - Slides
  • Optimized Photovoltaic Solar Cells combined with High Thermal Efficiency
    L. Ferre Llin (University of Glasgow) - Abstract
  • Highly Doped Silicon-Germanium Thermoelectric Module: Design and Microfabrication
    F. Mirando (University of Glasgow) - Abstract - Slides
  • Developing PiezoMEMS Vibration Energy Harvesters for IoT
    N. Jackson (Tyndall National Institute) - Abstract

Session IV: Energy aware software

  • Energy-optimization for Dataflow Applications using Timed Automata
    J.C. van de Pol (Univ. Twente​) - Abstract - Slides
  • Navigating the PET Triangle: An industrial perspective on Power-Energy-Time tradeoffs in IoT devices and beyond
    Z. Chamski (MpicoSys) -Abstract - Slides
  • Programming energy aware systems in Safety Critical Java
    B. Thomsen (Univ. Aalborg) - Abstract - Slides
  • Energy Centric Quantitative Model Checking
    K. Larsen (Univ. Aalborg)​ - Abstract - Slides
  • Energy Centric Quantitative Model Checking
    A. Legay (Univ. of Aalborg) - Abstract - Slides
  • An Energy-Aware Programming Approach for Mobile Application Development Guided by a Fine-Grained Energy Model
    J. Gallagher (Roskilde Univ. and IMDEA Software Institute) - Abstract - Slides

Session V: HPC energy constraints towards exascale computers

  • Efficient Cooling Methods of large HPC Systems
    R. Lohner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) - Abstract - Slides
  • CAM Cell Design Based on Nano-Electro-Mechanical Switch and CMOS for Highly Efficient Processors
    A. Seyedi (BSC) - Abstract