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Will Future Supercomputers be Superconducting? Rebooting Supercomputing may require redefining the basic device technology in order to reduce the excessive power consumption.
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IEEE NAS-2015: International Conference on Networking, Architecture, and Storage for High-Performance Computing Systems - August 6-7, 2015, Boston, MA. USA
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IEEE Micro Magazine Selects Top New Computer Architecture Designs from 2014: Panel selects 12 winners and 12 honorable mentions from among 110 competitors.
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The Future of the Web: IEEE Computer Magazine has a special issue on the Future of the Web, focusing on such innovations as the Semantic Web and the Internet of Things.
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HPCC 2015: International Conference on High-Performance Computing and Communication - August 24-26, 2015 in New York CIty
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Feature Article

Feature Article

Radical Next Generation Computing

Computing Now, the IEEE Computer Society Blog, has a special introduction on radical alternatives to current computing paradigms, focusing on Quantum Computing, Biologically Inspired Computing, and NanoComputing. This introduction, in turn links to 5 earlier articles in these and related topics, from several IEEE Magazines. It also presents Additional Resources at the end with other articles and videos.

Technology Spotlight

Technology Spotlight

Brain-Based Chips for Future Computing

Prof. Henry Markram of the Ecole Polytechnic Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland, and Director of the European Human Brain Project and the Blue Brain Project, presented a lecture on Neuromorphic Computing at the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland.

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For further information on the Human Brain Project see https://www.humanbrainproject.eu/
For further information on the Blue Brain Project see http://bluebrain.epfl.ch/