Self-Sustainable Computing

4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Conventional computer hardware requirements limit the scalability and flexibility of the deployment in the Internet of Things (IoT). As awareness of the global climate emergencyincreases, self-powered and sustainable (Self-sustainable) computing devices are likely to be a valuable solution in the ubiquitous computing era, as well as advancing other researchdomains such as aerospace engineering. We aim to build up a collaborative research community on self-sustainable computing as a joint force to discuss, develop and demonstrate the future of self-sustainable computing systems and human-computer interfaces, which supports the deployment at scale.

dr. Rong-Hao Liang, Assistant Professor, Industrial Design, TU Eindhoven
dr. Przemysław Pawełczak, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, TU Delft
dr. Marco Zuniga, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, TU Delf
Prof. dr. Peter Baltus, Full Professor, Electrical Engineering, TU Eindhoven
Prof. dr. Paul Havinga, Full professor, Computer Science, University of Twente

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Self-Sustainable Computing

Conventional computer hardware requirements limit the scalability and flexibility of the deployment in the Internet of Things (IoT). As awareness of the global climate emergencyincreases, self-powered and sustainable (Self-sustainable) computing devices are likely to be a valuable solution in the ubiquitous computing era, as well as advancing other researchdomains such as aerospace engineering. We aim to build up a collaborative research community on self-sustainable computing as a joint force to discuss, develop and demonstrate the future of self-sustainable computing systems and human-computer interfaces, which supports the deployment at scale.

dr. Rong-Hao Liang, Assistant Professor, Industrial Design, TU Eindhoven
dr. Przemysław Pawełczak, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, TU Delft
dr. Marco Zuniga, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, TU Delf
Prof. dr. Peter Baltus, Full Professor, Electrical Engineering, TU Eindhoven
Prof. dr. Paul Havinga, Full professor, Computer Science, University of Twente