The Micro Energy 2017 conference will be held in Gubbio (IT), July 3rd to July 7th, organized by the Noise in Physical Systems (NiPS) Laboratory of the University of Perugia, with the technical sponsorship of the EEE IMS Italy Chapter.

The conference is aimed at bringing together international scientists from academia, research centres and industry to discuss recent development in the topic of micro energy and its use for powering sensing and communicating devices. 

The conference topics include (but are not limited to) the following: 
Session I – Micro energy harvesting
Energy transformation processes at micro and nano scales, mathematical models, harvesting efficiency, thermoelectric, photovoltaic, electrostatic, electrodynamic, piezoelectric, harvesting in biological systems, novel concepts in energy harvesting. 
Session II – Micro energy dissipation
Noise and friction phenomena, fundamental limits in energy dissipation, Landauer bound, heat dissipation, thermodynamics of non-equilibrium systems, stochastic resonance and noise induced phenomena. 
Session III – Micro energy storage
High performance batteries, super capacitors, micro-fuel cells, non-conventional storage systems 
Session IV – Micro energy use
Autonomous wireless sensors, zero-power computing, zero-power sensing, IoT, approximate computing, energy aware software, transient computing. 
Relevant dates:

Mar. 1 2017, deadline for contributed oral/posters

Mar. 15 2017, notification of acceptance oral/posters

Apr. 15 2017, end early registration

May. 15 2017, end late registration


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Micro Energy 2017 international Conference
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