The Challenge

  • The aggregate energy consumed by information processing equipment has been growing dramatically with time, both on an absolute basis and as a fraction of the total.
  • Energy consumption of electronic devices, which is proportional to the square of their operating voltages, has been reaching a lower limit.
  • Energy used to manipulate a single bit of information is currently 106 times greater than the theoretical limit.

In Response

The Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science (E3S) was established to:
  • Open a new energy efficiency frontier in information technology by developing transformative science and technology that reduce energy consumption in electronic systems by orders of magnitude.
  • Inspire and train a diverse generation of scientists, engineers, and technicians that applies this new science and technology to benefit society.
The
Center
 
Summer Programs 2014
Education Programs
 
Seminars
 
Special Symposia
 

The Center

Education Programs

Seminars

Special Symposia

Stanford University
 
A National Science Foundation
Science and Technology Center
(Award ECCS-0939514)