Prof. J. Bokor, vice director of E3S Berkeley visits NiPS Laboratory

Prof. Jeff Bokor, Associated Dean ath the EECS University of Berkeley and vice director of the "Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science (E3S)" ( ), visited NiPS Laboratory on July 2nd. During prof. Bokor visit, the memebrs of NiPS together with scientists from the GHOST ( ) group of the University of Perugia, presented recent results on their research on "towards zero-power computing" (see the recent review ).

Open Post-doctoral position in IT

The Physics of Information Group , at Instituto de Telecomunicacoes (in Lisbon, Portugal), is seeking to hire a Post-doctoral Fellow to develop research in quantum information theory or/and in quantum effects in biology. The candidates are expected to have research experience in one of the above areas, or in general in: open quantum systems, quantum optics, condensed matter physics, biophysics, or information processing in biological systems. Application timing Applications should be submitted by 20 September 2015, but earlier applications are welcome. The selected candidate is expected to...

S. Houri at the 7th Conference on Reversible Computation

We are glad to inform that, thanks to S. Houri, some of the results obtained within the Landauer project will be presented at the 7th Conference on Reversible Computation (July 16th-17th 2015, Grenoble) with the talk titled "Power-Clock Generator Impact on the Performance of NEM-Based Adiabatic Logic Circuits". For more detailed information visit the website

Landauer Project at ISGWT

Professor L. Gammaitoni has published an article in the online publication ISGTW (International Science Grid This Week). In his article, he discuss the Landauer project and, more in general, the effort that industry and accademia are facing to produce a new generation of energy-aware computing devices. For the full article, visit

G. Carlotti at the 20th International Conference on Magnetism

We are pleased to inform that Professor G. Carlotti will held a semi-plenary Lecture at the 20th International Conference on Magnetism which will be held in Barcelona from the 5th to the 10th of July. The lecture is titled "Magnetization dynamics of nanodots and fundamental limits of minimum energy dissipation during switching" and will discuss some recent researches performed under the Landauer project. Additional results from the Landauer project will be presented with the poster "Energy dissipation during Landauer erasure in sub-micrometric permalloy switches: magneto-optical measurements...