2011 E3S SYMPOSIUM

2011 Symposium

University of California, Berkeley
Sutardja Dai Hall, Banatao Auditorium
November 3-4, 2011
The 2nd Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems is promoting international collaboration in the growing research field of energy efficiency in Devices and Circuits.

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. THIS IS A PAST EVENT.
     –   Videos of presentations and speakers' slides are available on the Program page.
The Symposium features researchers in the following technical areas:
Low voltage tunneling FETs;
Low voltage nanomechanical logic;
Energy efficient spintronic logic;
Energy efficient memory and storage devices;
Energy efficient chip scale interconnects; and
Low voltage CMOS circuits and architectures.
Program Highlights:
Power: Where It Matters, When It Matters, and When It Does Not   (Keynote Address)
   -  Dan Hutcheson, VLSI Research Inc.  
Maximizing Power Usage in Data Centers
    -  Taliver Heath, Google
20 research leaders from Europe, Japan, and the US to share their perspectives on achieving ultra-low energy devices and circuits
Networking Reception at a building on the US National Register of Historic Places