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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

Department of Physics

Studying at Cambridge



The 4th Winton Symposium will be held on September 28, 2015 at the Cavendish Laboratory in the Pippard Lecture Theatre on "Green Computing"


Registration from 9:30

Session I

Professor Richard Friend Welcome to the 4th Winton Symposium 10:00 10:05

Dr Mike Lynch

The green light for new compute: What will we need all that compute for?

10:05 10:50

Professor Andy Hopper

Computing for the Future of the Planet

10:50 11:35

Lunch and Poster Session

Session II

Dr Krisztián Flautner

From Ubiquitous computing to the Internet of Things and beyond

13:00 13:45

Professor Luca Cardelli

Molecular Programming

13:45 14:30

Tea break

Session III

Professor Linda Nazar

New Materials and Approaches for Advanced Electrochemical Energy Storage 15:00 15:45

Professor Hideo Ohno

Nonvolatile VLSI Made Possible by Spintronics

15:45 16:30


Closing Remarks

16:30 16:35

Drinks Reception from 16:35

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