Presentation of the Green ICT Award 2023

Die drei Preisträger*innen des Green ICT Awards, Kareem Mansour, Alexander Busch und Tugana Aslan
The three winners of the Green ICT Award © Fraunhofer Microelectronics

The Green ICT Award is an excellent opportunity to inspire students for sustainability in the field of microelectronics and to give talented researchers a platform to present their developments to the industry. 

Prof. Sabine Döring, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (German: BMBF)

The Green ICT Award was presented for the first time at the MST Congress in October 2023 as part of the "Green ICT @ FMD" project to recognize bachelor's and master's theses on resource-saving information and communication technology (ICT). The award was endowed with prize money totaling 4000 euros.

Congratulations to the winners!

1st place: Kareem Mansour (University of Freiburg)

Master's thesis: »Design and Implementation of a Highly Efficient Bidirectional DC-DC Converter for Multi-Phase Control of Capacitive Loads« 

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2nd place: Alexander Maximilian Busch (HAW Hamburg)

Bachelor's thesis: »Power Consumption Models for Sustainability in Wireless Communication Systems«

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3rd place: Tuğana Ceren Aslan (TU Berlin)

Master's thesis: »Climate Neutral Data Centers by 2030 – An evaluation of influential parameters based on a scenario analysis«

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The award is intended to help raise students' awareness of resource conservation at an early stage. This is important to initiate a sustainable paradigm shift and use microelectronics to make a significant contribution to saving energy and thus reducing CO2-emissions.

Prof. Albert Heuberger, Chairman of the FMD Steering Committee and Spokesman of the Fraunhofer Group for Microelectronics

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Photos from the award ceremony

  • Die drei Auszeichnungen für den Green ICT Award 2023 auf der Bühne
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