Sustainable IT infrastructure

Future cloud platforms must be developed holistically and ground-up (and together with key industrial players) with sustainability as a core requirement. Moreover, the next-generation datacenters require innovation in integrated and co-designed technologies for cooling, electricity generation, storage, and management to maximize the use of renewables and sustainable energy utilization.

Minimal-energy computing and storage cloud platforms

The latest research in energy-efficient computing and storage is witnessing the emergence of heterogeneous logic and memory fabrics, including the integration of emerging nanotechnologies. This integration is calling for foundational IT systems design research in several avenues to reduce cost and power while scaling performance drastically.

CloudSuite
COLTRAIN
DBToaster
Dynamatic
Efficient Real-time Analytics on General Purpose GPUs
Exploration of RRAM-Based Memory Solution for Edge Systems
Fast Parallel CAD for FPGAs
gem5-X
Memory-centric Server Architecture
NeMeSys
QFlex
Robustness of Biological Algorithms
Training for Recommendation Models on Heterogeneous Servers
VISA

Sustainable use of renewable energy in IT infrastructures

Next-generation datacenter (housing) infrastructure requires innovation in integrated and co-designed technologies for electricity generation, storage, and management to maximize renewables as a terminal in the electricity grid.

3D-ICE
Energy-Efficient Acquisition and Embedded Processing of Bio-signals
Integrated Power Delivery and Cooling Control
Multimodal and Personalized Methods for Health and Wellness Monitoring
Novel Cooling Techniques and Thermal-Aware Design