Every second of every day, 2.9 million e-mails are sent, with an average size of 30kb, that adds up to 87GB of generated e-mail data every second. Not
Every second of every day, 2.9 million e-mails are sent, with an average size of 30kb, that adds up to 87GB of generated e-mail data every second. Not a strange fact, considering that our work- and personal life is becoming more digital every day, which also means that the data we store and use is increasing on a daily basis. All that data needs to be stored, available and accessible within seconds, which results in a large energy consumption. This energy consumption needs to stop growing or even decreased.
Prof. Dr. Aleksei Kimel is an expert in the area of ultrafast spectroscopy of condensed matter with an emphasis on magnetism and ultrafast magnetization dynamics at Radboud University. He is convinced that in future technologies writing of a single bit can be done 1.000 times faster and in 1.000.000 times more energy efficient way than in traditional data storage. During this session, Aleksei will explain how this new technology will work and what advantages it has.
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(Woensdag) 15:00 - 17:30