Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Computer Scientists Win Google Grant for Energy Efficient Computing Research

Computer science professors Tajana Simunic Rosing, Steven Swanson and Amin Vahdat are in the news today. Why? They won a Google research grant, which will provide funding for their ongoing research on energy efficiency in computing. The grant is for $100,000 according to an Xconomy story by Gregory Huang who is Editor at Xconomy Seattle.

Here is the blog post from Google (via Xconomy).
The New York Times blog post is here.
The North County Times blog post is here.

In the last issue of Pulse, the Jacobs School alumni magazine, I wrote about how Tajana Simunic Rosing is working to make data centers both green and flexible.

She and Amin Vahdat were are also part of the Multi-Scale Systems Center (MuSyC), which will focus on tackling a critical issue affecting multiple scales: energy efficiency.

Here is the Web page for computer science professor Steven Swanson.

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