The Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems was established in 2009 with the goal of bringing together researchers from around the world working on breakthroughs in next generation low-energy information processing systems. In 2017, the Berkeley Symposium joined forces with the Steep Transistors Workshop with the goal of further expanding its reach and impact. The joint event presented a unique forum for speakers, from academia, industry, and government laboratories, to share their perspectives, discuss issues, and present new approaches.
In the past, the program of Berkeley Symposia included keynote presentations, invited and contributed talks, as well as poster sessions and expert panels. This structure enabled attendees to gain a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities in low-energy information processing systems, extending from new low-power nanoelectronic devices, through circuit design, chip-scale architecture, short-range interconnects, long-range interconnect, networks, software, storage systems, servers data centers and supercomputers.
Learn more about past Berkeley Symposia by visiting the links in the sidebar.
Starting in 2019, the Berkeley Symposium has partnered with the IEEE S3S Conference and has become of part of this premier event in electronics. More details about the IEEE S3S Conference can be found here.
Topics & Presentations
The joint event featured a mixture of oral and poster presentations covering a wide range of current topics in energy efficient electronics, in the following areas:
- Analog and Digital Accelerators for Deep Learning
- Different Strategies for Neuromorphic Computing
- Systems Benefits of Lower Operating Voltage
- Negative Capacitance Transistors
- Magnetic Switching and Integration of Logic and Memory
- New Energy Efficient Computing Mechanisms
- Steep Tunnel Transistors for Reduced Operating Voltage
- Defects in Tunnel Transistors