Computers waste lots of energy while doing nothing. But, can something be done about it? The next talk in the Climate-Sustainability Lecture Series will take a closer look at the future of “greener” computers.
“Green Computing: Getting Better @ Doing Nothing”
Climate-Sustainability Lecture Series
Saeed Rajput, Ph.D., associate professor and assistant director of the college’s Division of Math, Science, and Technology
Monday, Jan. 13
Mailman-Hollywood Building | Second Floor Auditorium
About the Talk
Automation and computing will play a major role in making our planet greener. Computing itself amounts for about two percent of the total energy we consume today, and this share is increasing as more and more people become wired globally. Moreover, many man-made machines, such as computers, waste lots of energy when they’re not in use. This talk will explore the future of computers, with respect to energy use. Will computers become more efficient, and how will they help other machines waste less energy while doing nothing
About the Series
Hosted by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences Division of Math, Science, and Technology, the Climate-Sustainability Lecture Series aims to increase the understanding of the science, technology, and policies relating to climate change and sustainable development. Experts in related fields from within NSU and other institutions are featured speakers. These lectures give faculty members and students the opportunity to discuss the scientific, technological, social, and policy aspects of sustainability-related issues.
For more information, contact Song Gao, Ph.D., associate professor at the college, at (954) 262-8388.