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Low Power Conference 2015



Low Power Conference 2015

Highly Energy Efficient Nanotechnologies and Applications



Media Partner


Date: 7 - 8 October 2015

Time: 13:00 - 18:30 / 09:00 - 12:25

Location: Room Hamburg 2, Messe Dresden



Exciting new applications such as safety enhanced automotive, medical monitoring or next-generation wearable smart equipments  in a number of systems will be powered by energy scavenging technologies. Already today, whatever it is to get the best battery autonomy or to fit within the power budget, energy efficiency has become a key challenge across most of applications. The winning approach will surely be to take the best of the technologies potential, from silicon process to architecture implementation. And, this year in Dresden, even more emphasis will be put on system aspects.
To cover this strategic topic and powered by the success of last year edition, SEMICON Europa 2015 is proposing you to attend the Highly Energy Efficient Nanotechnologies and Applications conference.
With its talented speakers, HEENA conference is aiming at describing how organizations and their technologies are building energy optimized applications in various domains from automotive to healthcare and IOT.


Organizing Committee:

> Low Power Conference Committee


Confirmed Speaker from:

CEA leti logo ETH Zuerich Fraunhofer IKTS logo

Fraunhofer IPMS logo


STMicroelectronics logo
TU-Dresden logo




Price* Information and Registration

  Before 03. September After 04. September Onsite
SEMI Members 315.- 365.- 415.-
Non-Members 365.- 415.- 415.-

* all Price information in EUR, VAT not included


Book your Automotive and/or MedTech package and have this conference included!
Register for the Automotive and/or MedTech ticket - a package deal including several conferences and sessionsrelated to Automotive and MedTech empowered by Microelectronics!

Book two or more sessions and get a 50% discount!

Register for more than one session, you will get a 50% discount for the additional, lower priced programs you purchase.

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