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Plenaries:

   - James Truchard

   - Peter Bauer

   - Alf Henryk Wulf

   - Karsten Ottenberg

   - Visionary Keynotes

Panels:

   - Networks supporting
     Future Applications

   - Cyber Physical Systems

   - Cloud Computing

   - Collective Intelligence

   - Electronics beyond
     CMOS

   - Future Applications

   - Smart Power

   - Future of Media

   - Advanced Medical
     Technologies

   - Smart Transportation

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Friday - May 25, 2012


VISIONARY KEYNOTES

Karl Leo Speaker:

Karl Leo

Professor for Optoelectronics, Institute of Applied Photo Physics
Technische Universität Dresden, and
Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, Germany

Date Time Location
Friday, 25 May 2012 9:00 – 09:30 Congress Centre

Title: Flexible organic devices: Towards ubiquitous electronics
Abstract: Thin film devices deposited on plastic substrates allow a novel flexible, low-cost ubiquitous form of electronics. Organic semiconductors are ideally suited for such devices due to their suitability for large area, mechanical properties, and deposition at room temperature. So far, organic semiconductors have successfully entered the market for smartphone displays, and organic solar cells are close to a broader market introduction. In my talk, I will discuss the challenges and opportunities for this new technology.

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Karl Leo Speaker:

Wolfgang Lehner

Professor, Institute for System Architecture Database Technology
Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

Date Time Location
Friday, 25 May 2012 9:30 – 10:00 Congress Centre

Title: Pathways to Servers of the Future
Abstract: The Visionary Keynote on “Pathways to Servers of the Future” outlines a new research program set up at Technische Universität Dresden addressing the increasing energy demand of global internet usage and the resulting ecological impact of it. The program pursues a novel holistic approach that considers hardware as well as software adaptivity to significantly increase energy efficiency, while suitably addressing application demands. This keynote presents the research challenges and industry perspective.

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