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L. Gammaitoni invited at the 'FET and Innovation' workshop

 

 

Brussels, Feb. 5th, 2015 

Luca Gammaitoni, NiPS Lab director participated at the  1-day workshop on 'FET and Innovation'.
The workshop is organized by the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) unit of Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT), and had place on 5 February 2015 on the premises of the European Commission at Avenue de Beaulieu, 25, Brussels.

The Future and Emerging Technologies programme invests in transformative frontier research with a high potential impact on technology, to benefit our economy and society. FET provides a unique combination of high risk, long term, multidisciplinary and collaborative frontier research, which lays the foundations for radically new technologies. Innovation out of FET research is what can make a difference between having the best research and doing something useful with it, something that people will embrace, that will improve society and create better lives for all.

The workshop aimed at identifying ecosystems that can stimulate innovation from FET type of research and the actions necessary to put the ecosystems in place, identifying notably the ones that may need support at the European level. 

During the workshop Gammaitoni advanced the need to find a proper funding instrument to fill the gap between FET funded research (challenging, high-risk, long-term) and main stream ICT funded programs that aims at short-term results. "We need to find a way to bridge the gap between proof-of-concept results, produced by the best FET projects, and products that are the declared objective of main stream ICT research", declared Gammaitoni that is coordinating the C.A. ICT-Energy where more 50 groups are represented.

Helios Vocca speaks at the Associazione Culturale Corcianese Astrofili about VIRGO and Gravitational Waves

 

Perugia, Jan 30th 2015

L’Associazione Culturale Corcianese Astrofili con il patrocinio del Comune di Corciano presenta venerdì 30 gennaio alle ore 21:00 l’incontro “Onde Gravitazionali la ricerca italiana di un sospiro nell’Universo: l’esperimento Virgo”. Presso la Sala dell’Antico Mulino di Corciano infatti il professor Helios Vocca, ricercatore e responsabile del progetto VIRGO presso l’Università di Perugia,

NiPS Annual meeting 2015

 

 

 

Tuesday Feb 3rd we will have the usual annual meeting of the NiPS Laboratory.

Alla Posta dei Donini, San Martino in Campo, Perugia
 
Program
 
Review 2014: quello che abbiamo fatto
9:30 Introduzione (L. Gammaitoni)
10:00 Il Progetto Landauer (C. Diamantini, I. Neri, M.
Lopez, D. Chiuchiù)
11:00. Low power sensor nodes (F. Orfei)
11:15 Coffee break
11:45 Energy Harvesting (F. Cottone, M. Mattarelli)
12:15 Virgo (H. Vocca, F. Travasso, F. Baldaccini)
12:45 Wisepower (V. Bacchettini)
13:15 Pranzo
2015: quello che vogliamo fare
15:00 ICT-Energy e il management dei progetti (S. Lombardi)
15:15 Il progetto Proteus (F. Cottone)
15:30 Gli obiettivi per il 2015 (L. Gammaitoni)
15:45 discussione
17:00 conclusioni

Francesco Orfei presents the ICT-Energy coordination action at HiPEAC 2015

 

Francesco Orfei from NiPS Lab, University of Perugia, participates at HiPEAC 2015 Conference,  in Amsterdam from Jan. 19th Jan. 21st, 2015.
During the conference Orfei presents the activities of the ICT-Energy coordination action (www.ict-energy.eu).

 

NiPS Christmas Symposium

 

 

Please find here pictures of the event:

           

  

NAUTILUS Rai Scuola speaks about NiPS Lab

 

 

Please find here the link to the TV show (available in streaming, in Italian).

Helios Vocca speaks at the Internationalization seminar of the University of Perugia

 

Perugia, 12 Dec. 2014

 

Helios Vocca speaks at the seminar organized by the University of Perugia, to promote the internationalization of the university. Specific attention will be devoted to the experience of NiPS Laboratory and its spin-off company wisepower srl (www.wisepower.it) with the science park in Hong Kong.

Francesco Orfei: "Circuitry for Nonlinear Vibration Energy Harvesting" at ICECS2014.

Marseille Dec. 7, 2014.

 

 

Francesco Orfei, from NiPS Laboratory, presents a paper on "Circuitry for Nonlinear Vibration Energy Harvesting" at ICECS2014.

The 21st IEEE International Conference on Electronics Circuits and Systems (ICECS2014) is in Marseille, France, on December 7-10, 2014.

HiPEAC/EC Workshop 'Energy Efficient Computing Systems'

 

 

Brussels, 27 Oct. 2014

L. Gammaitoni participated to the HiPEAC/EC Workshop 'EnergyEfficient Comp Systems, dynamic adaptation of QoS & approximate computing' by presenting a position statement on the future of the field based on the activities developed with the ICT-Energy C.A. (www.ict-energy.eu).

From the workshop introduction: "Energy efficiency progress in recent years has been impressive, but mainly due to incremental changes. There are, however, innovative approaches which could potentially improve of orders of magnitude the performance / energy ratio of computing devices, allowing for “battery-free” computing, and thus enabling completely new applications e.g. in the Internet of Things domain while radically changing the game also at the data center level."

 

L. Gammaitoni presentation: see slides

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