Category: thermalaware

Thermosyphon – a true Innovation

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Innovations developed by our lab have been analysed by the European Commission’s Innovation Radar (see mission statement). One of the researchers involved, Arman Iranfar, explains this ground-breaking technology. Nowadays, data centers with large rooms are filled with a huge number of servers and other IT equipment that account for around 2% of the global energy (…)

ThermoSyphon

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Wireless plasticity for massive architectures: new promotional video

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Our European project has just released a promotional video: WiPLASH H2020: Architecting More Than Moore – Wireless Plasticity for Heterogeneous Massive Computer Architectures

ICCAD Award from Opening Session ICCAD 2020

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Servers designed to look like humans

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David Atienza believes that when it comes to IT systems, everything that can be done locally, should be. That includes processing data where they are generated – thereby substantially reducing the amount of power required. EPFL’s Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL) is studying two major energy-related problems with servers. The first is that they aren’t being (…)

David Atienza receives ICCAD award

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David Atienza, professor at the School of Engineering and Head of the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL), has received with his co-authors the IEEE/ACM ICCAD Ten Year Retrospective Most Influential Paper Award for the scientific publication entitled « 3D-ICE: Fast compact transient thermal modeling for 3D-ICs with inter-tier liquid cooling ». Presented at the IEEE/ACM International (…)

ISVLSI 2020 Best Paper Award!

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Congratulations to Halima Najibi, Alexandre Levisse, Marina Zapater and David Atienza for winning a best paper award at the IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI. The online presentation: The entire award ceremony:

YINS Summary

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When emotions Control Objects

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YINS – thermal-aware design for energy-efficient datacenters

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