Micro energy 2017 international Conference: published the conference program


Perugia, June 10th

The International Conference Micro Energy 2017 organizers have released the conference program.

Available here: Micro Energy 2017 Program

Luca Gammaitoni presents at ICAND2016



Denver, Aug. 29th, 2016


Luca Gammaitoni, NiPS Director, presented an invited talk al the International Conference on Applications in Nonlinear Dynamics (ICAND 2016) in  Denver, Colorado, Aug. 28- Sept. 1, 2016.

Computing below the expected energy limits

Doctoral Symposium in Bristol on Sept. 16th 2015


NiPS Laboratory, together with the University of Bristol and the Barcelona Supercomputing Center is organizing a Doctoral Symposium to be held in Bristol, on Sept. 16th, 2015.

The doctoral symposium is a part of ICT-Energy workshop (2015) (

This symposium is a great opportunity for PhD students to present their thesis work to a broad audience in the ICT community from both industry and academia. The forum may also help students to establish contacts for entering into research related to minimization of energy from various layers. In addition, representatives from industry and academia get a glance of state-of-the-art in the energy minimization field.


ICT-Energy Summer school 2015


NiPS Summer School 2015 "ICT-Energy: Energy consumption in future ICT devices"

Fiuggi (Italy) - July 7-12, 2015


The Noise in Physical System Laboratory is glad to announce the sixth edition of NiPS Summer School devoted to "ICT-Energy: Energy consumption in future ICT devices".

The school, supported by European Commission under the FET Proactive Coordination Action ICT-Energy (, is open to graduate students, post-docs, young researchers, and in general to all scientists interested in the physical foundations and practical applications of energy management in computing processes.
The school is aimed at teaching the bases of the science of efficient ICT through 4 thematic groups of lectures:

1) Basic on the physics of energy transformations at micro and nanoscales
2) Introduction to energy harvesting and distributed autonomous mobile devices
3) Software and energy aware computing
4) High performance computing and systems

For each thematic group we foresee 4 lectures for a total of 16 lectures organized in four full days.
Participants to the school will have the opportunity to widely discuss with teachers and colleagues, also through a evening poster-session, where the research conducted by the participants will be illustrated.

The school issues a certificate of participation with explicit mention of the hours of lectures, for credit assignment.

more info:

L. Gammaitoni speaks at the Innovation Technology Forum, Berlin 19-20 June 2014


Luca Gammaitoni, NiPS Director, speaks at the RE.WORK Technology Summit taking place in Berlin on 19-20 June ( on "Can we Operate a Computer without Spending Energy?".

More info here:


Convegno Il futuro delle energie rinnovabili


Perugia, Dec 5, 2013


Convegno: il futuro delle energie rinnovabili.

5-12-2013, Hotel Arte, Perugia


43rd Solid-State Device Research Conference (ESSDERC)

September 16, 2013



On September 20, 2013, L. Gammaitoni from NiPS Lab, speaks at the workshop "In the Quest for Zero Power: Enabling Smart Autonomous System Applications".

The workshop is organized within the international conference ESSDERC (Solid-State Device Research Conference) and is devoted to the research in energetically autonomous electronic devices.

Details on the workshop program available here:

NiPS Summer School 2013 - Program published


Summer School "Energy management at micro and nanoscales"
Perugia, July 8-10, 2013



It is out the program of the NiPS Summer School 2013.

Find all the details here:

Special session on ZEROPOWER energy harvesting at TNA 2013 Conference



Bilbao, April 23-25 2013

A special session with contribution from the ZEROPOWER C.A. consortia ( will be held within the Trends in NanoApplications conference.

This conference is part of the large Imaginenano 2013 conference (


Program of the Trends in NanoApplications conference is available here: program.

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