ES2 News

ES2 News


Villanova University's Center for Energy Smart Electronic Systems Shares in $1.1M NSF Award -- WDRB 41 Louisville News‎, also seen on WTRF-TV and SSU Chronicle

Energy Efficient Data Centres -- International Innovation, Issue 178

Putting the Brakes on Greenhouse Gases -- Annual Review 2014-2015

Energy-Efficient Data Centres -- International Innovation (Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems)

Using Data Centers as a Heating Source --, January 6, 2015

Steel ORCA Announces November 12 Event with Guest Speakers From IBM, Bell Labs and Villanova University -- Stamford Advocate, November 4, 2014 

At Villanova, working to slim the power-hungry 'cloud' -- WHYY “The Pulse,” October 2, 2014

"Open Access: New Best Practices in Energy-Efficient Data Centers" -- Data Center Journal, July 9, 2014

Cooling data centers generate new energy sources” -- Tech Page One, June 16, 2014

IBM Working On Electronic Blood For Powering And Cooling Supercomputers” -- Mobile Magazine, May 9, 2014

Getting at the heart of data center monitoring and energy usage” --  IT Watch Dogs, Apr 18th 2014

Report: Many data center temperature monitoring efforts still not very efficient” --  IT Watch Dogs, Apr 8th 2014

Your new heat source: data centers” -- CNN Money , April 7, 2014

Newtown firm breaks ground on new data center” -- The Intelligencer, March 6, 2014

Bucks firm starts $650M data center at ex-Pfizer site” -- Philadelphia Inquirer, March 4, 2014

“Villanova Alumni and Friends Help ES2 Develop Relationship with National Industry Group” — VEU, Villanova Engineering Update, 2013

“Cooler, Greener, and Better for Business” — Villanova University College of Engineering Spring Magazine 2012

Cheaper way to deal with the waste heat at data centers?” —The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 11, 2011

PRESS RELEASE: Villanova University’s College of Engineering Helps Launch Historic Industry/University Cooperative Research Center in Energy Efficient Electronic Systems, November 10, 2011

Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems


Director: Dr. Aaron Wemhoff, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Phone: (610) 519-8045