Third ETSI Workshop on ICT Energy Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability
The third ETSI Workshop on ICT Energy Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability took place on 3-5 June 2015, in Sophia-Antipolis, France
Protecting the environment is a global concern, involving whole industries, as well as individuals. Determining how to reduce the environmental impact and energy consumption, via standardized methods, will provide obvious environmental benefits, but it also makes good business sense.
ETSI is at the forefront of developing standards to reduce the energy consumption and the environmental impact of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) networks (including facilities and data centers), equipment and services.
More information on ETSI activities on environmental aspects is available at http://www.etsi.org/technologies-clusters/technologies/environmental-aspects
ETSI activities cover methods for measuring energy efficiency, best practices to reduce energy usage/greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions/material resources, environmental sustainability (life cycle assessment), best practices for use of renewable power sources in telecommunication installations, requirements for power supply interface and grounding in the field of ICT, environmental conditions and infrastructural aspects for telecommunication equipment intended to operate in a specific environment.
Many research initiatives are ongoing in parallel, aiming at creating a deeper understanding on the environmental impacts of ICT and finding ways to further increase energy efficiency.
Goals of the workshop
The workshop emphasized how to evaluate and reduce the environmental impact of ICT.
In addition, the workshop enabled delegates to:
- Obtain an overview and share views on energy and assessment methodologies for environmental impact,
- Share views on applicability of energy and assessment methodologies for environmental impact standards between ETSI and other organizations;
- Get an overview on the applicable research activities and their (potential) relationship with standardization;
- Obtain knowledge on successful examples of energy improvements and environmental impact reductions (including e-waste) obtained thanks to ICT;
- Identify research methodologies used for energy efficiency and assessment methodologies for environmental impact and their relations to standards;
- Identify any potential gaps, overlaps and harmonization opportunities for energy and environmental impact standards and methodologies;
- ICT equipment, networks and services future standardization needs for energy efficiency and assessment methodologies for environmental impact.
- Analyze environmental sustainability aspects of ICT equipment and networks.
- General engineering and operational energy management of ICT sites and networks.
- Public Authorities (e.g. energy/environment agencies, ecology/environment ministry…)
- Standardization experts
- Other SDOs
- Research projects and universities
- ICT industry (e.g. manufactures, operators, service providers etc)
- ICT project managers and building designers and installers
- Jean-Marc Alberola, Airbus SAS
- Anders Andrae, Huawei Technologies
- Martin Arndt, ETSI
- Marc Aubree, Orange
- Claudio Bianco, Telecom Italia
- Pernilla Bergmark, Ericsson
- Raffaele Bolla, CNIT
- Mauro Boldi, Telecom Italia
- Olivier Bouffant, Orange
- Daniel Dianat, Ericsson
- Paolo Gemma, Huawei Technologies
- Beniamino Gorini, Alcatel-Lucent
- Richard Hockley, BT Group Plc
- Didier Marquet, Orange
- Pat O'Keeffe, Eircom
- Marcello Pagnozzi, ETSI
- Dominique Roche, Orange
- Ahmed Zeddam, Orange
Agenda Day 1: Wednesday 3 June 2015
|SESSION 1: Setting the Scene
Moderator: Beniamino Gorini, ETSI TC EE Chairman
Adrian Scrase, ETSI
Dominique Roche, ETSI TC ATTM Chairman
|10:20||Mandate 462: Efficient energy use in fixed and mobile information and communication networks, and their associated applications/domains, facilities and infrastructures, at both the network and subscriber level
Rodolphe Wouters, European Commission
Energy Metrics and Figures of Merit for Planning EE Communication Networks
|11:00||Coffee & Networking Break|
|11:30||ATIS Sustainability in Telecom: Energy and Protection Committee (STEP)
Dave Bossmin, ATIS STEP
|11:50||Shaping Tomorrow’s Sustainable Cities Today: The Role of ITU
Cristina Bueti, ITU
GeSI - Latest projects and upcoming developments
|12:30||Q & A session|
|12:45||Lunch & Networking Break|
|SESSION 2: Discussion on current standardization initiatives and research projects
Moderator: Paolo Gemma, Huawei Technologies
|14:00||Verification of dynamic measurement method - ETSI ES 202 706
Dianat Daniel, Ericsson AB
|14:20||Energy Efficient Mobile Backhaul: A Broadband Forum Initiative
Konstantinos Samdanis, NEC Europe & Manuel Paul, Deutsche Telekom
|14:40||Radio access networks energy efficiency: standards and measurements
Mauro Renato Boldi, Telecom Italia
|15:00||ICT sites and networks energy consumption optimisation through standardized remote energy metering
Didier Marquet & Cedric Mayeur, Orange
|15:20||Q & A session|
|15:45||Coffee & Networking Break|
|SESSION 3: LCA
Moderator: Anders Andrae, Huawei Technologies
|16:15||Results of LCA on Hybrid Satellite Broadband Network and comparison with other Broadband Delivery Technologies
Keith Dickerson, Climate Associates Limited
|16:35||Materials efficiency: Use of LCA to analyze the impacts of the evolution of a Radio Access mounting kit
Elisabeth Dechenaux, Orange
|16:55||Life cycle assessment of an LTE base station based on primary data
Pernilla Bergmark & Jens Malmodin, Ericsson AB
Agenda Day 2: Thursday 4 June 2015
|SESSION 4: Environmental Sustainability Aspects
Moderator: Pernilla Bergmark, Ericsson
|09:00||Standardization to harmonize Eco-rating of mobile phones
Anders Andrae, Huawei Technologies Sweden AB
|09:20||Choose a greener handy thanks to environmental eco-rating
Elisabeth Dechenaux, Orange
|09:40||Management of end of life of ICT equipment
Gilles Dretsch, Orange (ATTM)
|10:30||Coffee & Networking Break|
|SESSION 5: Current Application of methodologies for energy efficiency measurement and future perspectives and requirements on standards
Moderator: Ahmed Zeddam, Orange
|11:00||Measuring Mobile Network Energy Consumption Using Statistical Methods
Dave Bossmin & Daniel Dianat, Ericsson AB
|11:20||Global KPI Modelling for Sustainable Digital Multi Service Areas
Christophe Colinet, City of Bordeaux (OEU)
|11:40||Monitoring and energy efficiency of base transceiver stations
Antonio Spagnuolo & Carmela Vetromile, Second University of Naples
|12:00||Applicability of ETSI measurement standards for product regulatory purposes
Per Döfnäs, Telefon AB LM Ericsson
|12:20||Q & A session|
|Session 6: Sites Engineering and energy management in ICT
Moderator: Dominique Roche, Orange & ETSI TC ATTM Chairman
|14:00||New Stirling Generator for energy efficiency and resilience of telecom site and customer
François Lanzetta, FEMTO ST - Orange
|14:20||Nickel- Zinc battery Energy storage for stationary and mobile applications
Robert Rouget, S. C. P. S.
|14:40||Improvement of energy management in ICT sitesETSI TS 105 174-2
Guillaume Gerard, Orange (ATTM)
|15:00||Global KPI (DCEM) for monitoring of energy management of ICT sites
Jean-Marc Alberola, Airbus (ATTM)
|15:20||Energy Storage Solutions Panorama for Telecom Stand-By applications
Claude Campion, 3C Projects
|15:40||Q & A session|
Coffee & Networking break
|SESSION 7: Technical solutions and best practices for energy efficiency and reduced environmental impact of ICT
Moderator: Marc Aubree, Orange
|16:40||Experimentation of liquid cooling for mobile base stations
Stephane Le Masson, Orange
|17:00||Energy performance of heterogeneous LTE networks with indoor small cells
Daniel Dianat & Gunther Auer, Ericsson AB
|17:20||Energy Efficiency Perspectives of PMR Cellular Systems
Marco Dolfi, University of Florence – CNIT
|17:40||Q & A session|
|18:10||End of day 2|
Agenda Day 3: Friday 5 June 2015
|SESSION 8: Solutions to make future network design energy efficient and future standardization: Wireless network aspects
Moderator: Daniel Dianat, Ericsson
|09:00||Energy Performance of 5G-NX Wireless Access Utilizing Massive Beamforming and an Ultra-lean System Design
Sibel Tombaz, Ericsson AB
|09:20||Solar Panel system for small cells deployment : Energy Efficiency – QoS/ QoE trade-off study
Imed Allal, Orange Labs
|09:40||Methods to estimate future Radio Access Network (RAN) deployment and energy consumption. Case study European network reducing energy consumption while supporting traffic evolution.
Tomas Edler, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
|10:30||Coffee & Networking Break|
|SESSION 9: Solutions to make future network design energy efficient and future standardization: Fixed network aspects
Moderator: Beniamino Gorini, Alcatel-Lucent & ETSI TC EE Chairman
|11:00||Standardization of Energy Efficiency Measurement Methods for Network Functions Virtualization
Zhu Bin, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Placement Constraints for Virtualized Carrier-grade Networks
|11:40||Pursuing energy-efficiency in ICT through virtualization: the INPUT project
Raffaele Bolla, CNIT
|12:00||Q & A session|
|12:30||Closing Remarks – Workshop Conclusions
Beniamino Gorini, ETSI TC EE Chairman
|Close of the Workshop|
Jean-Marc Alberola, Airbus
Jean-Marc ALBEROLA (53) is the Energy Strategy leader for Airbus and Airbus Group. He coordinates a team of Energy experts for the Airbus group sites in Europe (68 sites). In his role, he is responsible for articulating the “VISION 2020” and the Energy Management strategy. To fulfil this mission Jean-Marc is at the origin of the Airbus group Energy Network and has designed the Energy Strategy for the group.
Jean-Marc is an experienced industry professional in both Manufacturing and IT processes and building construction. He has over 15 years experience at an international engineering company working as an HVAC and IT engineer and project manager. He joined Airbus in 2003 where he created the role of Energy Manager and development across Airbus group in Europe.
Imed Allal, Orange Labs
Imed ALLAL received his Master degree in networks and systems engineering from Versailles University, and his Advanced Master degree in Telecommunication Networks in 2012 from the National Conservatory of Arts and Craft CNAM Paris. Since 2014 he has been a PHD student at Burgundy University and a Research Engineer at Orange Labs, Lannion, France. His researches interests include energy efficiency and quality of experience in small cells networks.
Anders S.G. Andrae, Huawei Technologies Sweden AB
Dr. Anders S.G. Andrae received the M.Sc. degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, in 1997, and the Ph.D. degree in electronics production from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, in 2005.
He worked for Ericsson with LCA between 1997 and 2001. Between 2006 and 2008 he carried out post–doctoral studies at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan.
His specialty is the application of sustainability assessment methodologies to ICT solutions from cradle–to–grave. Recent focus is for resource efficiency and circular economy.
Between 2009 and 2011 Dr. Andrae was the Editor of European Telecommunications Standards Institute’s (ETSI) first LCA standard for ICT. Between 2012 and 2014 he helped complete its update in collaboration with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), creating a global common LCA standard for ICT. In ETSI he is currently preparing for circular economy standardization.
In ITU he also worked on the development of eco-rating for mobile devices. In 2015 he proposed and started eco-rating standardization in ETSI.
He has previously published 12 conference papers, three books and 19 peer–reviewed journal papers, including a recent paper in Challenges about the emerging trends in global electricity consumption of communication technology.
He is a frequently used Reviewer for International Journals within Environmental Science. Since 2008 Dr. Andrae has been with Huawei Technologies in Sweden as Senior Expert of LCA/Emission Reduction. Recently Andrae was appointed Principle Architect of LCA and eco-design topics.
Marc Aubree, Orange Labs
After Physics and Chemistry studies in Paris University, Marc AUBREE joins Orange Labs where he has got almost 20 years experience about energy, stand-alone power systems and monitoring.
After managing projects for information system applications and involvement in projects quality insurance, he has currently the responsibility of technical activities on power consumption reduction and new power sources for telecommunication.
He is involved within standardization body ETSI EE and is the project coordinator of the Eureka-Celtic OPERA-Net 2 project.
Pernilla Bergmark, Ericsson AB
Pernilla Bergmark started in telecom sector and joined Ericsson in 1994 and worked for several years with system management in various positions, focusing on radio performance and hardware architecture. Over the years she has specialized on energy efficiency and sustainability, particularly focusing on life cycle assessments, and since 2011 she holds a master researcher position in sustainability assessment at Ericsson Research.
Pernilla Bergmark has been an active member of many of the recent standardization initiatives related to life cycle assessments and organizational inventory, including ETSI EE, ITU-T and GHGP ICT supplement. In ITU-T she is currently an editor of the environmental assessment methodology for cities and an associate rapporteur of ITU-T SG5 Q18. She is also active in the ITU Focus Group for Smart Sustainable Cities.
Pernilla Bergmark is a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and graduated 1991.
Raffaele Bolla, CNIT
Prof. Dr. Raffaele Bolla received the "laurea" degree in Electronic Engineering in 1989 and the Ph.D. degree in Telecommunications in 1994 from the University of Genoa. He is currently full professor of Telecommunication Networks at the Department of Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, and Naval Architecture (DITEN) at the University of Genoa, and he is also responsible for the International relationship of Polytechnic School of the same University. He has co-authored over 150 scientific publications in international journals and conference proceedings. His current research interests are in routing and control of IP QoS (Quality of Services) networks, network monitoring, advance mobility management and high performance “green software router.
He is currently leading the Telecommunication Networks and Telematics Laboratory (TNT LAB) at DIST. He is the reference person for International relations of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Genoa, and he has been Principal Investigator for DIST, DITEN and CNIT (National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications) in a large number of research projects and contracts with both public Institutions and private companies. Among the most recent and relevant activities are the coordination of ECONET (low Energy COnsumption NETworks), a European FP7 Integrated Project (with a cost of about 10 million Euro), the CNIT Research Unit coordination in the Network of Excellence (NoE) TREND (Towards Real energy-efficient Network Design), and the study entitled “An Energy-aware Survey on Mobile-Phone Chargers” realized for GeSi (the Global e-Sustainability Initiative). He has been acting as reviewer for many funded project proposals (both from industrial and academic sources) for the Italian and foreign ministries and public entities (regional and national organizations, research consortia,…); additionally, he has been a reviewer also for many different international journals and has participated in technical committees of numerous international conferences. He has co-authored over 200 scientific publications in international journals and international conference proceedings. Most of his research experience is focused on modeling and control of multimedia IP networks, on the design and development of high-performance software router platforms, on the evolution and modeling of Software defined Network (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) approaches and, finally, on the study and development of mechanisms, techniques and protocols for energy consumption reduction in telecommunication networks.
Mauro Boldi, Telecom Italia
Mauro Boldi graduated at Politecnico di Torino, Italy, in 1998. He joined Cselt in the same year, where he has been involved in radio access network topics, with activities on antenna and propagation, radio over fiber solutions, collaborative networks, energy efficiency. He is author of patents and papers on the same topics, and he has been involved in many European projects, among which Winner (where he led the activity on CoMP), Artist4G, Earth and Metis I & II. He is Telecom Italia delegate in ETSI EE Technical Committee, where he plays the role of Rapporteur of the European Specification on Energy Efficiency for Radio Access Networks, and in ISG mWT.
Dave Bossmin, Ericsson
Dave Bossmin received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada) in 1997. He spent his first 14 years in the telecom sector with Nortel as a digital ASIC and FPGA designer for wireless, wireline, and optical products. Dave joined Ericsson (Systems & Technology, Ottawa, Canada) in 2010. He has since shifted focus to energy efficiency standardization where he represents Ericsson in the ATIS STEP-TEE (Telecom Energy Efficiency) standards committee. He is also the chair of the ATIS Wireless Working Group (WWG) which develops and recommends standards and technical reports related to the energy efficiency of mobile networks and their elements.
Cristina Bueti, ITU
Cristina Bueti is Advisor of ITU-T Study Group 5 “Environment and Climate Change” at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). She is also TSB Focal Point for Latin America and ITU’s Focal Point on Environment and Climate Change. She is responsible for ITU-T’s activities related to ICTs and environment with a special focus on smart sustainable cities, energy efficiency, climate change and e-waste management. Cristina Bueti graduated from the Faculty of Political Science, Law and International Cooperation and Development of the University of Florence, where she completed postgraduate studies in International Cooperation and Telecommunications Law in Europe. She also holds a specialization in Environmental Laws with a special focus on Telecommunications. In 2003, Ms Bueti completed a project for the Faculty of Laws, University of Malta, before joining the International Telecommunication Union in Geneva in January 2004. She is the author of over 30 publications. A native of Italy, Cristina is fluent in English, French and Spanish.
Claude Campion, 3C Projects
Claude Campion is founder and president of 3C Projects dedicated to technical and marketing support in the area of energy storage. He has over 25 years of battery system experiences in both technical and marketing domain. He handled export sales technical support management for EXIDE EUROPE for 10 years and then took responsibility in the European Marketing Team for industrial applications for 5 years and within automotive division for another 5 years.
Previously Claude was involved for 10 years in large pump industry within SULZE R France. Claude has a two-year technical degree in mechanical, electro technical and electronics from Rennes University in France. He uses spare time to write a collective theatre play and play occasionally within a theatre troupe in Clichy nearby Paris. One of the good times to Claude is to regain his native Brittany.
Christophe Colinet, City of Bordeaux
Christophe COLINET joined the City of Bordeaux in 2005 as head of operational maintenance for infrastructure City's servers before creating, in 2008, a new R&D service dedicated to innovative technical solutions adapted to the context of the City's information system, and then in 2012 to take over the digital territory management.
Before arriving in the city of Bordeaux, Christophe spent five years as an entrepreneur in an IT company of 5 people, then another five years as technical director of the Novenci Western society, SSII of 150 people located in the south of France and specialized in technical infrastructures integration for SMEs. He began his career with Hewlett Packard.
He has an engineering degree issued by the E.S.E.O ( Upper Electronics School from West) in Angers ( France ). Christophe COLINET rejoint la Ville de Bordeaux en 2005 à la tête du maintien en conditions opérationnelles des infrastructures serveurs de la Ville, avant de créer en 2008 un nouveau service R&D dédié aux solutions techniques innovantes adaptées au contexte du système d'information de la Ville, puis en 2012 à prendre en charge la gestion du développement numérique du territoire. Avant d’arriver à la Ville de Bordeaux, Christophe avait passé cinq ans en tant qu'entrepreneur dans une SSII de 5 personnes, puis cinq autres années en tant que directeur technique de la société Novenci Ouest, SSII de 150 personnes situé dans le sud de la France et spécialisés dans l'intégration de l'infrastructure technique pour les PME. Il a commencé sa carrière chez Hewlett Packard.
Il a un diplôme d'ingénieur délivré par l'ESEO (Haute école d'Electronique de l'Ouest) à Angers (France).
Elisabeth Dechenaux, Orange
Elisabeth Dechenaux has expertise in environmental issues related to the design of electrical and electronic products with her team at Orange Labs in Grenoble, France. She has years of expertise in environment and sustainable development and has conducted impact assessments and economic analysis on a wide range of issues covering environmental and energy policies. Her expertise includes LCA of goods network and services (set-top boxes, mobile phones, radio base station, video conferencing…), techno-economic analysis, product policy and eco-design. From 2005 she has greatly contributed to the first environmental eco labelling Orange project for mobiles phones with BIOIS and the WWF and now with Vodafone and Telefonica. As a first part of her career she has been working as a scientist researcher, in the field of microelectronics etching and deposit with ST microelectronics and the LETI.
She is currently involved in a prospective reflection on the recycling of critical metals in the context of the Strategic Analysis GROUP Urban Mine.
As an expert in LCA she is engaged in several projects with industrial partners from different countries (OPERANET2, ADEME/AFNOR platform…) and in standardization with ETSI, UIT, GSMA and the European community.
Daniel Dianat, Ericsson
Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been working with Ericsson since 1999 with radio related tasks. Daniel started his career within energy efficiency from 2006 and has been designer of a number of Power Saving features. Daniel joined the standardization group within Ericsson at 2009 and since then he has been working with EE standardization within ETSI and also ITU-T SG5. Daniel Dianat is working now as project manager for energy efficiency standardization group at Ericsson.
Keith Dickerson, Climate Associates Ltd
Keith Dickerson has played an active role in the ICT industry for over 30 years. He is currently a Director of Climate Associates Ltd which provides advice to major companies on Energy Efficiency and Climate Change Mitigation issues, especially where international standards are important. Until the end of 2009, Keith was Head of Standards of BT, providing direction to all BT’s international standards activities and working closely with senior management to identify the standards required to support BT programmes such as the 21st Century Network. Keith has been a member of the ETSI Board for over 12 years, leading their Green Agenda and Smart Cities work. He is also a rapporteur for work items on energy efficiency in several technical committees. Keith is also a Vice Chair of ITU-T Study Group 5 “Environment & Climate Change” developing global standards covering topics such as carbon reduction, energy efficiency and e-waste.
Keith is also an active member of the EU FP7 Collaborative R&D Project BATS Broadband Access via integrated Terrestrial and Satellite systems. As such he has contributed to the environmental assessment of a hybrid broadband satellite system using the ETSI LCA / ITU-T L.1410 lifecycle assessment methodologies, and how the results compare with other technologies for the delivery of broadband services, including fibre, VDSL and mobile/wireless (LTE).
Per Döfnäs, Telefon AB LM Ericsson
Per Döfnäs has worked for Ericsson since 1979, working with product specifications and verification for compliance with applicable technical regulations worldwide. He has also worked with international standardization in the area of electromagnetic compatibility and speech transmission quality, mostly in ETSI and ITU-T.
For 20 years Per Döfnäs has been engaged in initiatives related to the shaping of product regulation for the electrical/electronics sector. Since 10 years he is responsible for general matters related to Technical Regulations within the Ericsson Group. This nowadays mostly relates to environmental legislation and policy initiatives for eco-design, hazardous substances and e-waste for the ICT sector.
Marco Dolfi, University of Florence - CNIT
Marco Dolfi was born in Italy on April 16, 1984. He received the first level degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Florence in 2008 with a thesis entitled ‘Cooperative Strategies for DVB-RCS Mobile Access’.
He received the second level degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Florence in 2013 with a thesis entitled ‘LTE Het-Net Green Network Solutions’.
He is currently a Ph.D. student with scholarship in the Doctoral Programme in Information Engineering of the University of Florence (Cycle 30th)
Since 2013, he has been working for the Italian Interuniversity Consortium for Telecommunications (CNIT) in Florence. , Curriculum Telecommunications).
His research interests include energy efficiency in wireless networks and green communications, heterogeneous networks, multi-RAT network architectures and technologies.
Gilles Dretsch, Orange
Gilles Dretsch has been working for the Orange Group for 14 years. After having managed several innovation projects for mobile network evolutions in the R&D Division and be involved in 3GPP standardization and European Collaborative projects, he joined the Corporate Social Responsability Department of Orange between 2009 and 2014.
His main mission in the Environment Division was to define and coordinate waste management policy and initiatives at corporate level for Orange subsidiaries in Europe and Africa to both ensure regulation compliancy and develop new value creation opportunities.
He was also responsible of the relationships with external stakeholders (public authorities, industry, customers, NGO, investors…) on that subjects.. From mid 2014, he is in charge of a Corporate Expertise Center for Telecom Architecture to support and provide expertise to Orange Countries in network evolutions and transformation, including Green IT aspects.
Tomas Edler, Huawei Technologies CO. Ltd
Tomas Edler joined Huawei Technologies Sweden in 2008 as Senior Expert in Energy Efficiency, targeting Requirements, Architectures and Technologies for Energy Efficiency. He is Huawei delegate in ETSI EE and ITU standards organizations with focus on Base stations and RAN Energy Efficiency. He has authored/co-authored a number of international Journal and conference proceedings, including a recent paper, published by Challenge, on traffic and electricity consumption evolution of CT industry until 2030. He also holds a number of patents in telecom area. He has more than 20 years of industry experience in Energy Systems, Microwave and Telecom, with many years of R&D experience of 2G 3G Radio Base Stations, Power Systems, Energy Efficiency management and Wireless standardization 2-4G from his previous position at Ericsson, as well as microwave and power system experience from a previous position at Philips. He holds a M. Sc. in Electronics Engineering from Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm.
Guillaume Gerard, Orange
Guillaume Gérard is a senior data centre expert. He joined the Orange corporate green IT team in 2010 after a previous life in Orange IT architecture for 10 years, following a career as researcher and sysops responsible in the ENST telecommunication engineers’ school. His expertise domain covers both data centres and IT components for the whole Orange group, as well as economic aspects. He has been working in ETSI as a leader of the ETSI ES 205 200-2-1 standard related to global KPI of energy management in data centres, and has been collaborating with ETSI to define the DCEM as well as the CENELEC to define the EN 50600 series of standard related to operational engineering of data centres.
Beniamino Gorini, Alcatel Lucent & Chairman of ETSI TC EE
Beniamino Gorini has achieved the Degree in Electronic Engineer in 1985 at the University “Politecnico” of Milano, Italy.
Since 1987 he has been working in telecommunication industries starting in Telettra, an Italian provider of telecom equipment, that became later part of the Alcatel group and now Alcatel-Lucent group that is a worldwide supplier of telecom products.
He started is working experience in Research & Development department as design engineer of power supply units and later moved to Quality Department where he went through positions of EMC compliance manager, Environmental compliance manager, Product quality compliance manager and standardization coordinator. He is now in charge of the Qualification laboratories for EMC, safety and environmental topics in Alcatel-Lucent Italy and has also the responsibility for the Standardization and Environmental matters in the Optics Product Line.
He is involved in the standardization bodies since 1989, with main focus on EMC, safety, environmental, Electromagnetic field radiation and reliability. He has various roles in International Standardization bodies and is currently chairman of the ETSI TC “Environmental Engineering”, chairman of IEC/CISPR SC-H “Emission limits”, Co-chairman of the CEN/CENELEC/ETSI joint WG on Mandate M/462 “Energy efficiency in ITC”, Vice-chairman of ETSI ERM-EMC WG, convenor of IEC/CISPR SC-A/WG2 “EMC test methods”.
François Lanzetta, FEMTO ST, Orange
François Lanzetta received his PhD degree in Science for Engineer and Microtechnics from the Université de Franche-Comté in 1997. He joined the Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines from 1999 to 2002 as associate professor. He is full professor at the Université de Franche-Comté where he does research and teaches up to graduate level (heat transfer, thermodynamics, thermal instrumentation). He is researcher at FEMTO-ST, CNRS, UMR 6174 and director of the ENERGY Department in Belfort (France). François LANZETTA’s research covers a range of topics in Stirling and Ericsson heat engines, microcogeneration, heat transfer, fluid mechanics and thermal instrumentation.
Stéphane Le Masson, Orange
Dr Stéphane Le Masson received the M.Sc. degree in 1989 and the Ph. D. degree in physic & energy in 1991 from Rouen University, (France). He worked at the “Centre National d'Etudes des Telecommunications" in Lannion (France) as research engineer in thermal studies, from 1991 to 1995. Since 1995 to 2001 he was in charge of thermal and climatic studies at France Telecom R&D. In 2001 he was project manager on environment studies. Since 2004 to 2012, he was R&D Unit manager in energy, climatic environment and sustainable development in Orange Lab’s at Lannion (France). Fron 2012 to now, he is Head of Research for Energy & Environment Department in Orange Lab’s Lannion (France). He is thesis advisor for doctoral students in climatic and thermal studies. He is author of more than 30 publication and patents
Cédric Mayeur, Orange Group
Cédric Mayeur started to work in Telecommunications 10 years ago as a Transmission Network architect. He pursued as a roll out manager in France (Transmission network) and then in Niger (GSM sites) where he was also in charge of energy engineering and deployment. Following this successful mission, in 2010, he has been entrusted with Orange Group energy metering project. He started as the technical leader during the sourcing period for the requirements drafting and the technical assessment of the bidders. Now, he is mainly in charge of the technical support for the devices deployment and measurement data analysis in Orange subsidiaries as well as the energy metering solution evolution in collaboration with sourced suppliers.
Timothy O'Farrell, University of Sheffield
Timothy O'Farrell is Chair Professor of Wireless Communications at the University of Sheffield, UK. He is an expert in wireless communication systems specialising in physical layer signal processing, radio resource management and wireless network planning. He has pioneered research on energy efficient mobile cellular communications, the mathematical modeling of CSMA based MAC protocols for WiFi, iterative block coding for wireless communication systems and spreading sequence design for CDMA wireless networks. He is an entrepreneur, being the cofounder and CTO of Supergold Communication (2000-2007), a start-up that participated in the standardisation of IEEE 802.11g with the MBCK proposal. In the framework of Mobile VCE (mVCE), Professor O'Farrell was the Academic Coordinator of the Core 5 Green Radio project (2009-2012) and a leader in establishing energy efficiency as a global research field in wireless communication systems. He has managed 20 major research projects as principle investigator with a total research spend of approximately £12M; he has published over 250 journal and conference papers; holds 8 patents; and has participated in standards, consultancies and expert witness activities within the wireless sector. Currently, Professor O’Farrell is a member of the mVCE Steering Group where he leads the Modus Operandi Focus Group responsible for translating mVCE’s research vision into strategic research roadmaps and programmes. Professor O'Farrell is a Chartered Engineer and a member of the IET and IEEE.
Joel Penhoat, Orange Labs
Dr. Joel Penhoat is a research scientist at Orange Labs. He holds an engineering degree in telecommunications from Telecom ParisTech and a PhD from Rennes University. He has been working for Orange Labs for twelve years where he is in charge of research activities on radio networks and IP Networks, including specification of network architectures, development of innovative technologies.
Robert Rouget, S.C.P.S.
Robert Rouget, electrochemist engineer, began his career in Michelin/Citroën laboratories to develop Zinc-Air flow battery with mechanical recharge.
His was involved in the creation of Sorapec, an R&D company specialized in applied electrochemistry: electrochemical generators, electro-organic synthesis. More than 400 contracts were realized in 20 years.
Metallic foams for alkaline batteries (NiCd, NiMH) were developed, produced and commercialized on a large scale (Japan, China) during that period. The technology was sold to Duracell, and the whole company sold as well.
Robert Rouget is presently Scientific Director at SCPS and is involved in the development of reversible zinc electrodes for NiZn, Zinc-Air and AgZn batteries.
Konstantinos Samdanis, NEC Europe
Konstantinos Samdanis (email@example.com) received his Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in mobile communications from Kings College London. He is a senior researcher and a backhaul standardization specialist with NEC Europe, Germany. Konstantinos is involved in Broadband Forum in the area of network virtualization, mobile backhaul and energy efficiency and is the co-editor of the TR-293 “Energy-Efficient Mobile Backhaul” specification. He is currently active in research for 5G networks, participating in 5G NORMA and ITN CROSSFIRE European projects conducting research in the area of evolving RAN architectures and network virtualization. In the past Konstantinos provided a series of tutorials on energy efficiency and green communication in a number of IEEE conferences including VTC, CCNC, NOMS, etc. and he is the editor of the Green Communications: Principles, Concepts and Practice book from Wiley.
Antonio Spagnuolo, Second University of Naples
Dr. Antonio Spagnuolo was born in 1981.
2007: bachelors degree in Environmental Science at Second University of Naples (Italy).
2011: master’s degree in Environmental Science and Technology at Second University of Naples (Italy).
2011-2014: Ph.D. in "Novel Physics Methodologies for Environmental Research” at Second University of Naples (Italy); Thesis Title: “Energy optimisation and environmental management of Telecommunication power systems“.
2015-today: Temporary Research Fellow at Department of Environmental, Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technologies (Second University of Naples), Caserta, Italy.
His principal activities are in modeling and measurements of energy consumption in public and private buildings, energy efficiency and environmental management.
Sibel Tombaz, Ericsson AB
Sibel Tombaz (firstname.lastname@example.org) received her B.S. (with highest honors) degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Istanbul University, Turkey, in 2006. In January 2009 she got her M.S. degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the same university. From March to October 2008 she was a visiting scholar at the WCSP group, University of South Florida, Tampa. She received her Ph.D. degree at the Communication Systems Department under the guidance of Prof. Jens Zander, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. She is currently working as an Experienced Researcher at Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden. Her research interests include energy performance improvements of wireless networks.
Chiara Venturini, Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI)
Chiara Venturini is the Director of the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), where she is in charge of coordinating the association’s activities on climate change and sustainability, supply chain and responsible sourcing, human rights, and external partnerships. Prior to joining GeSI, she worked as Environment and Standards Manager at TechAmerica Europe, representing ICT and high-tech sector companies of US parentage. Her work experience also includes positions in Brussels-based industry associations representing the fuel cells and ceramic sectors respectively, focusing on sustainability and environmental topics, as well as in the consulting sector, with a focus on innovative energy technologies. She holds a Master's Degree in International Relations and a post-grade in management of EU-funded projects.
Rodolphe Wouters, DG GROW, European Commission
Rodolphe Wouters is Policy Officer at DG GROW in standardisation, in unit "F3/ Key Enabling Technologies, Digital Manufacturing and Interoperability", where he coordinates the general work programme of all standardisation activities at the commission, called the Rolling Plan on ICT Standardisation, and participates to the elaboration of the policy of ICT standardisation, in particular leading the development of a European Catalogue on Interoperability. He participates to the Multi-Stakeholder Platform on ICT Standardisation, and is in charge on DG GROW side of the follow-up of several standardisation areas, including intelligent transport systems, eCall, cloud computing, energy efficient use, big data, and future networks (including 5G).
Before joining the European Commission in 2010, he worked 12 years in various industries like the software industry, automation and electronic chips, and the electricity grid industry. He owns a master in computer science, a MBA, and a master in management and Finance.
Ahmed Zeddam, Orange
Ahmed ZEDDAM received Doctor of Research degree in electronics and the Ph.D. degree in electromagnetic both from the University of Lille, France in 1980 and 1988, respectively. From 1979 to 1982, he was an assistant Professor of electronics at Lille I University. Since 1982, he has been employed at Research and Development Division of France Telecom in Lannion where he was until 2009 head of a Research and Development Unit dealing with Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). He conducted research on Lightning Protection and EMC for broadband systems of communications. He is involved in several Technical Committees of international standardisation bodies dealing with Electromagnetic Compatibility (ITU-T, IEC, and CENELEC).
Dr Zeddam is the author and co-author of about 100 scientific papers, published in reviewed journals and international conferences. He participated to the production of books related to EMC, including a reference book published in 2007. Since 2008 he is Senior Standardisation Manager within Orange and he currently Chairman of Study Group 5 of ITU-T “Environment and Climatic Change”. He is also involved in Commission E "Electromagnetic Noise and Interference" of International Union of Radio Science (URSI). Dr Zeddam is member of many scientific committees of national and international conferences where he held chairing positions and in particular, he was the General Co-chair of IEEE ISPLC 2011.
Zhu Bin, Huawei
Zhu Bin joined Huawei in 1998 and currently work as a senior engineer in Huawei 2012 Lab, focus on energy efficiency related techniques research and development, and coordinate Huawei standardization activities and product improvements on energy efficiency. He has been involved in several work items in ETSI EE WG.