Award for ESL paper on 3D MPSoCs Management with Integrated Flow Cell Arrays at GLSVLSI

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The 32nd edition of GLSVLSI was held at Irvine, California from the 6th to 8th June, 2022. Congratulations to EDEE’s Doctoral Researcher Halima Najibi and her co-authors (Alexandre Levisse, Giovanni Ansaloni, Marina Zapater and David Atienza), who were awarded 3rd place Best Paper Award for their paper : Thermal and Power-Aware Run-Time Performance Management of 3D (…)

Understanding tech will shape the sports leaders of tomorrow

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ESL has been featured by Sport Business The opportunities afforded by cutting-edge technology in sport have filtered into all aspects of the industry in recent years, from broadcasting to fan experience and athlete training. Such a trend has been highlighted by AISTS’s decision to redesign its flagship Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Sport Management (…)

David Atienza chairs 10th EcoCloud Conference at Lausanne Palace

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As Director of EcoCloud, Prof. Atienza presided over the 10th annual conference at Lausanne Palace, which was a hugely succesful event. After the end of CoVid restrictions it was wonderful to have over 140 participants, discussing issues such as: sustainable smart cities, transport systems and agriculture, energy-constrained and sustainable deep learning, energy-constrained trustworthy and computing (…)

EcoCloud Annual Event

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EcoCloud is the only academic center of its kind. Its mission is to provide world-class leadership and network the EPFL community with top industrial IT players to enable environmental sustainability for our digital world. The 2022 EcoCloud Annual Event will take place in Lausanne Palace on the 24th May, 2022 Registration is now open: EPFL (…)

EPFL EMBA participants connecting with EPFL labs for a Digital day

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Our EPFL EMBA participants experienced a special Digital Day on campus, changing from their usual classroom learning. They spent the day visiting labs and learning about robotics and Internet of Things (IoT) with Prof. Auke Ijspeert, Prof. David Atienza and the teams of their respective labs. The cursus of the EPFL EMBA students includes a (…)

EcoCloud center gets a makeover and expands its activities

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As of January 1st, 2022, the EPFL EcoCloud Center is headed by Professor David Atienza. Its mission has been expanded with a strong new focus on fundamental research and education in the domain of sustainable cloud computing. “Historically, Ecocloud’s main focus has been to deliver technologies jointly with top companies in the information technologies (IT) (…)

The nervous system as an IoT: David Atienza on brain-inspired healthcare wearables

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Brain-inspired computer architectures

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David Atienza featured in HiPEAC interview on brain-inspired computing

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Lyon, October 2021 – Computer Systems Week, organised by HiPEAC and the systems-on-chip and embedded systems/connected objects research group of CNRS. HiPEAC took the opportunity to interview Prof. David Atienza on the topic of “Brain-inspired computer architectures”: You can also see the full presentation David gave on “The nervous system as an IoT”.

Intel funds EcoCloud Midgard-based research

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An exciting new development in the progress of Midgard, a novel re-envisioning of the virtual memory abstraction ubiquitous to computer systems, sees a tech leader funding research that will bring together experts from Yale, the University of Edinburgh and EcoCloud at EPFL. Global semiconductor manufacturer Intel is sponsoring an EcoCloud-led project entitled “Virtual Memory for (…)