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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

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Programme

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

Programme

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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