Sandia supports research on energy-efficient computing
Sandia National Laboratories, part of the US Department of Energy, recently announced a grant to support research by Ayse Coskun, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Junior Faculty Fellow of the Hariri Institute. The grant will support Prof. Coskun’s research on energy-efficient computing, related to her work that is being supported by the Hariri Institute and the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Consortium (MGHPCC) seed grant program. Sandia is a leader in high-performance computing (HPC) research and applications, so energy-efficient computing has both research and practical value to the lab as well as to the DOE.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has more information about the grant.