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La ricerca in nanotecnologia condotta a UniPG, sulle news internazionali
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25-05-2015
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(IOP/NanoTechWeb.org) Lab Talk: "Can we build a computing device that works without any energy input?" - Present day microprocessors consume too much energy. This is a serious limitation toward the realization of novel supercomputers - these would require a nuclear power plant to make them work. It's also a limitation toward the development of the "internet-of-things" scenario. This is where small mobile devices process information and communicate autonomously, without disposable batteries. Reporting in Nanotechnology, researchers consider what could be done. ...

... Please read the full article at: nanotechweb.org/cws/article/lab/61273

Researchers in this field at the University of Perugia, Department of Physics and Geology, via A. Pascoli, Perugia, Italy :

- Luca Gammaitoni is Professor of experimental physics and the director of the Noise in Physical System (NiPS) laboratory. He is also the coordinator of the European projects LANDAUER and ICT-Energy, devoted to this topic;
- Giovanni Carlotti is Professor of condensed matter and the head of the Group of High resolution Optical Spectroscopy and related Techniques (GHOST);
- Marco Madami is a Researcher at GHOST group;
- Davide Chiuchiu' is a PhD student.

-- Useful links:

- NiPS Laboratory, www.nipslab.org
- ICT-Energy, www.ict-energy.eu
- LANDAUER, www.landauer-project.eu

The full article: nanotechweb.org/cws/article/lab/61273

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