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eRadiators: a cool idea for wasted computing heat

Finding ways of dealing with waste heat from data centres and supercomputers has been a hot topic over the past few years in more ways than one. Now, a Dutch company is finding a use for this...

Ireland heads €4m project to make the cloud more energy efficient

A new €4m EU-funded research project to improve energy efficiency in cloud computing is being led by researchers at University College Cork in Ireland.   The project, called ...

Breaking down barriers in photonic computing?

A new design algorithm that can automate the process of designing optical interconnects, and could lead to faster, more energy-efficient computers, has been developed by engineers at Stanford...

DARPA’s energy efficient robotics challenge

The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has invested $96.6m in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) -  a hugely ambitious program to develop robots capable of assisting...

Welsh innovators set to showcase pioneering work

Welsh innovators set to showcase pioneering work   Businesses and organisations in Wales which develop ground-breaking products, services and processes are being urged to open...

Video presentation - recent EEC events

In March the SIG held four events, bringing together Industry, Academia and an international community. Firstly we held a bite sized seminar on issues in efficiency of mobile compute at...

EEC SIG annual event and workshop open for registrations

EEC SIG annual event to be held on 10th March followed by workshop on 11th focused on software tools. Both events are happening at thr Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester and are...

Successful marketing for SMEs...don't miss out on this important webinar!

To engage with potential business partners, employees and customers, your business needs the right sort of marketing. The KTN is hosting a series of webinars offering advice tailored towards...

Presentations from Horizon 2020, Customisable and Low Power Computing event

  The presentations from the recent successful briefing event on Customisable and Low Power Computing funding in Horizon 2020 are available in the EEC SIG's documents library . ...

Customised and Low Power Compute, Horizon 2020 briefing, 25 September

  As part of ICT Call 2 in Horizon 2020, theme 4 delivers the opportunity to apply to a funding pot of 57 million euros for work in the field of Customised and Low Power Computing. ...

Competition Brief released for £3.5M R&D competition Scaling up Energy-Efficient Computing

£3.5M Collaborative R&D competition focused on " Scaling up Energy-Efficient Computing " Competition details now available: Competition Brief Summary The Technology...

Future World Symposium videos live

The KTN was at the recent  nmi Futue World Symposium in Twickenham. We took along a small selection of companies who had worked with the KTN in areas aligned to the events themes....

How Big Science projects like SKA bring the biggest benefits close to home

Last week, at the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) HQ at Jodrell Bank Observatory in the UK, Science Minister, the Rt Hon David Willetts announced funding of £100m for the international effort to...

Key proof of graphene’s superconducting prowess

The first compelling evidence of graphene’s ability as a superconductor has been produced by a study which observed the “wonder material’s” behaviour when it’s interwoven with crystals of pure...

Final Programme for 20th March event released

The programme for the EEC event on the 20th March has been updated and all speakers are now confirmed. With a focus on energy efficient computing and covering topics from chip to data centre...

The Wilkes cluster - the second greenest computer on the planet

Cambridge HPC Service deploys fastest GPU supercomputer in the UK and the world’s most energy efficient air cooled HPC system as part of new "SKA Open Architecture Lab". In November 2013,...

Power efficiency boost for processors in new UCLA study

UCLA researchers have found a way to diminish the wasted energy - which comes off as heat - emitted by electrical devices. Instrumental to the advances, are an emerging class of magnetic...

EEC Annual Event - 20th March - Bristol

The next EEC SIG Annual event will be held on the 20th March in Bristol. Registration Link:  Register   The aim is to, once again, bring together industrialists and...

EEC Annual Event

The next EEC SIG Annual event will be held on the 20th March in Bristol. The aim is to, once again, bring together industrialists and researchers involved in the Energy Efficient Computing...

Ultra energy saving chips for data centres net a small Irish firm €4m in investment

Ireland-based fabless semiconductor development company Powervation has raised €4m in funding from US giants including Intel, Venture-Tech Alliance and Semtech Corporation.   The...
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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,...