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About the Centre for Energy-Efficient Telecommunications

The Centre for Energy-Efficient Telecommunications (CEET) is carrying out research that aims to improve the energy efficiency of the Internet and keep the total energy of the Internet under control as the amount of data on the network increases and as the number of users expands.

CEET is a partnership between the University of Melbourne, Alcatel-Lucent and the Victorian State Government. It is an autonomous research centre within the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Melbourne. Alcatel-Lucent, through its research arm Bell Labs, and the University of Melbourne share governance of the centre. [read more]

News

CEET’s Rod Tucker wins GreenTouch 1000x award 11 November 2013

CEET’s Laureate Professor Rod Tucker has been awarded the GreenTouch global consortium 1000x award for leadership in the creation, the organisation, and the promotion of the GreenTouch consortium and pioneering research contributions to the field of energy efficiency in telecommunications. The inaugural 1000x award was presented at the GreenTouch Members Meeting in Paris on Monday 4 November 2013.

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Professor Rod Tucker (R) receives the award from the Chair of the GreenTouch Technical Committee, Dr. Thierry Klein (L).

Marcus Weldon appointed President of Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs to accelerate and unlock innovation as part of The Shift Plan 4 November 2013

Alcatel-Lucent has announced the appointment of Dr. Marcus Weldon as President of Bell Labs, the research arm of Alcatel-Lucent and the world’s leading industrial communications research organization. Dr. Weldon will combine this role with his existing role as Alcatel-Lucent’s Corporate CTO.

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Marcus presented at the CEET hosted event Towards a Green Internet - Do we need new power stations to support future broadband use? at Melbourne University in 2011.