ENSsys 2023

in conjunction with ACM SenSys 2023

11th International Workshop on Energy Harvesting & Energy-Neutral Sensing Systems

Nov 12, 2023

Technical Programme

The technical programme will be shown here once the peer review process is complete.

Keynote Speakers

Title: Empowering the Future of IoT: Always-On Smart Sensors, Energy Harvesting, and Tiny Machine Learning
Speaker: Michele Magno (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)

Abstract: tba

Biography: Dr. Michele Magno has assumed the role of leading the D-ITET center for project-based learning at ETH, contributing to the university's innovative educational initiatives. He is also a distinguished Senior Scientist at ETH Zürich, Switzerland, serving within the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (D-ITET). Since 2020, he Dr. Magno is an accomplished scholar with a profound academic journey. He earned his master's and Ph.D. degrees in electronic engineering from the University of Bologna, Italy, in 2004 and 2010, respectively. His affiliation with ETH Zürich dates back to 2013, and since then, he has also held visiting lecturer or professor positions at prestigious universities, including the University of Nice Sophia, France, Enssat Lannion, France, University of Bologna, and Mid University Sweden, where he currently holds the position of a full visiting professor within the electrical engineering department.

With an extensive scientific publication record exceeding 300 papers in reputable international journals and conferences, Dr. Magno is a prolific researcher. His work spans various domains, encompassing smart sensing, low-power machine learning, wireless sensor networks, wearable devices, energy harvesting, low-power management techniques, and the vital task of extending the lifespan of battery-operated devices. Dr. Magno's contributions have been recognized on numerous occasions. Several of his publications have received prestigious accolades, including Best Paper Awards at IEEE and ACM top conferences. Beyond academia, his expertise has been instrumental in industrial projects, leading to notable awards and patents that reflect his impact on real-world applications. He is a Senior IEEE member and an ACM member, Dr. Magno remains deeply committed to advancing the frontiers of technology, bridging the gap between research, practical and industrial innovation and teaching.

Title: Approximate Intermittent Computing
Speaker: Luca Mottola (Politecnico di Milano, Italy and RI.SE, Sweden)

Abstract: tba

Biography: Luca Mottola is a Full Professor at Politecnico di Milano and a Senior Researcher at RI.SE Sweden. His lab develops new technologies at the frontier of Internet of Things, including mobile embedded computing, intermittent computing, nanosatellites, and Internet-connected robotics. These technologies have been downloaded 10,000+ times, have been used by half a dozen companies to create new products, and are currently running in hundreds of embedded devices around the world. To date, he is the only European researcher to be granted multiple times with the ACM SigMobile Research Highlight and to ever win Best Paper Awards at multiple flagship conferences of ACM SigMobile and ACM SigBed. He received the ACM SENSYS Test of Time Award in 2022 and is a Google Faculty Award winner. He is past General Chair for ACM/IEEE CPS-IoT Week 2022, past PC chair for ACM MOBISYS, ACM SENSYS, ACM/IEEE IPSN, and ACM EWSN. He holds or held visiting positions at Uppsala University, NXP Technologies, TU Graz, University of Southern California, and USI Lugano.