Hardware, Power and Energy
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David Atienza – Lausanne, Switzerland
Biologically-Inspired IoT Systems for Federated Learning-Based Healthcare
Internet of Things (IoT) is the next frontier of innovation where our everyday objects are connected in ways that improve our lives and can transform industries, in particular healthcare and...
Sustainable Cloud Computing Systems: Follow Your Brain!
Information technology (IT) has emerged as a pillar for a digital economy of growth. At the core of this digital economy is cloud computing to centralize global IT services with ubiquitous...
Samarjit Chakraborty – Chapel Hill, NC, United States
Sustainable Computing - Cars, Games, Phones, and Drones
Cars, computer games, smartphones and drones are currently witnessing unprecedented technological advancements and are poised to change many aspects of how we live. Imagine the impacts that fully...
Charalambos Konstantinou – Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Machine Intelligence for Secure and Resilient Power and Energy Systems
In recent years, the advances in machine learning have led to the adoption of such algorithms in a multitude of power and energy systems applications, ranging from customer analytics to load...
Eren Kurshan – New York, NY, United States
Making or Breaking AI: Grand Challenges, Opportunities and What We Might be Missing
Artificial Intelligence solutions face 3 Grand Challenges: (1) The Energy Challenge: An unprecedented growth in the training energy consumption is on the path to becoming ‘the...
Per Stenstrom – Gothenburg, Sweden
Compression in the memory hierarchy
The compute landscape is moving towards being data centric rather than compute centric as in the past. It is well known that cache and memory capacity has a significant impact on...
- Databound computer architecturesThere are two trends that will have a significant impact on how to sustain an exponential computational performance growth at a reduced power consumption in the future. One trend is that...
- Memory consistency modelsThe compute landscape is moving towards being data centric rather than compute centric as in the past. This puts lots of pressure on the memory system in modern computers and optimizations...
- Memory hierarchies in modern processorsThe compute landscape is moving towards being data centric rather than compute centric as in the past. This puts lots of pressure on the memory system in modern computers. This lecture...
- Microarchitectures of modern processorsExploiting parallelism at all levels of the compute stack is a prerequisite for delivering high compute performance. This ranges from instruction-level parallelism (ILP) to program or...
Bidyadhar Subudhi – Ponda Goa, India
A Muti-agent Distributed Control of a Microgrid
A microgrid is a small-scale power system that facilitates integration of Distributed Generations (solar photovoltaic, and wind turbine etc.), local loads and energy storage units. This lecture...
Adaptive Filtering Approaches to Control Maximum Power Extraction and Grid Synchronization of PV systems
In the recent years more research and development activities are directed on generating power from renewable sources such as solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind energy systems to meet the...
Chun Jason Xue – Kowloon, Hong Kong
Reliability and Challenges in 3D NAND Flash memory
3D NAND flash memory is a key technology for many modern electronic devices, and it is likely to continue to be an important part of the storage landscape in the future. In this lecture, we...
- Reliability and Challenges in 3D NAND Flash memory
- Databound computer architectures
- Compression in the memory hierarchy
- Sustainable Computing - Cars, Games, Phones, and Drones