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Getting Investment Ready: free investment readiness workshop to help startups

Quantiply , the investment-readiness and access to finance platform, invite you to their 'Getting Investment Ready' workshop at 2pm on 26th April in Edinburgh at Informatics Forum.  ...

Designing a European Innovation Council: A Call for Ideas

Positive steps have been taken in recent years to integrate an innovation component into EU programmes and policies, in particular Horizon 2020. However, the array of support mechanisms can be...

Pushing silicon to its limits: the UK research putting a superspin on Moore’s law.

The chips are nearly down for Moore’s law but what will take its place? The laws of physics decree that performance gains cannot be maintained by shrinking processes for ever and quantum...

Apply for a £5K Innovation Voucher from Invest Northern Ireland

Invest Northern Ireland have opened a call for £5K Innovation Vouchers. An Innovation Voucher provides funding to small and medium sized businesses to work with an expert from a...

Europe’s exascale supercomputer prototype comes ARMed to the core

UK uber-chip designer, ARM, is at the heart of a European Commission-funded consortium of 12 technology companies and research institutions building an exascale supercomputer prototype. ...

Rushlight Awards 2015-16 - open for entries - Closing date 31 December 2015

Now in their 9th year, the Rushlight Awards are an established event recognizing the cleantech stars and sustainability champions of today. They are the only set of awards designed specifically...

Energy efficient computing: moving up the climate change to-do list

The UN climate change talks, taking place in Paris this week, are an opportunity for negotiators from 195 countries to hammer out a comprehensive deal to curb global warning. Yet, how much of...

Agenda Announced for H2020 - Big Data Brokerage Event

Event Details Solutions for Information and Communication Technologies – Horizon2020 Funding for Big Data We are pleased to announce the provisional agenda for the  ...

Energy efficiency tests under scrutiny

Hot on the heels of the Volkswagen diesel scandal, Samsung faces accusations it makes its products seem more energy efficient under test conditions.   Tests conducted by...

Aleutia: The UK manufacturer bringing low power ICT to African classrooms

A Gold Partner at the 2015 Innovation Africa Summit earlier this month, UK computer manufacturer, Aleutia, is motivated by the importance of energy efficiency in rural Africa, where every...

Light based computing to store data even when power is off

A promising new scheme using light to store information on a chip, even when power is off, has been unveiled by researchers from universities in Germany and the UK.    ...

Adept project releases first energy-efficiency benchmarks

Adept, an EU funded programme which seeks to address the challenge of energy-efficient use of parallel technologies, has released its first set of benchmarks to characterise the power...

Energy-efficiency makes gaming even better says study

Computer game aficionados may not be interested in energy savings but they’re likely to prick up their ears when they hear that their devices could be saving 75% in energy and benefit fron...

Why energy efficiency is vital for HPC's future

The UK's Hartree Centre has released a new animated video showing how they're working on producing more energy efficient computers.      Addressing, first of all, what...

High density chip storage discovery to advance energy efficiency in computing

A new way to switch the polarisation of nanomagnets, discovered by a team from the University of California, Berkeley, opens up the possibility of faster and more energy efficient computing. ...

Superfast optical device sets new record

US researchers have developed an ultrafast light-emitting device that can turn on and off 90 billion times a second and could pave the way for high speed optical computing.   The...

UK’s Iceotope makes strides towards fan-less HPC with first liquid cooled switch

UK-based startup Iceotope has developed what it claims is the first liquid cooled high-performance network and interconnect switch for high performance computing (HPC).   The...

Cool new graphene breakthrough to reduce energy usage

A cooling system that takes advantage of graphene's effect on silicon-based electronics has been developed by Swedish researchers, it could lead to a considerable reduction in energy usage. ...

IBM claims its ‘thinnest ever’ chip will transform computing

IBM has announced a major breakthrough: a super-thin, ultra-dense chip that should offer increased power and flexibility in computing and mobile technology.    The company’s...

Why new energy-efficiency techniques are now more vital than ever

The oft cited Moore’s Law marks its fiftieth birthday this year, but energy-efficiency gains associated with it have slowed substantially, writes AMD CTO Mark Papermaster in Greentechmedia ....
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Energy-Efficient parallelism: the goal of ADEPT

An EU funded programme which seeks to address one of the most talked about issues in the High...

Photonics breakthrough could allow faster, more efficient computing

A new technique that allows microprocessors to use light, instead of electrical wires, to...

Energy Efficient Software Tools Workshop

Date: Thursday, 16th January  2014, 09:00-17:00 Location: Room MVB G0.01,...