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Energy Efficiency
Energy- and power-managed analog, digital and radio-frequency integrated circuits have the potential for both enabling state-of-the-art technology and enhancing expensive and difficult to replace technologies at low cost and using minimal space. Groundbreaking research in this area is therefore needed to energize and power long-lasting in situ microscale devices such as:

  • Wireless microsensors
  • Biomedical implants
  • Portable microelectronics

Research is also needed to help us better manage light-emitting-diode displays, computers and servers. And all of this work will find applications in military, space, medical, security and consumer markets.

Areas of particular interest include but are not limited to:

  • LED lighting and displays
  • Portable energy and power
  • Energy harvesting
  • Computer and server power