Provost Eun-Woo Chang recently participated in the External Advisory Board meeting for the National Science Foundation's funded “Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science (E3S) Project” held at the University of California at Berkeley. The Center for E3S was funded to conduct research on revolutionary concepts and scientific principles that would enable fundamentally new and different science for digital-information processing in order to achieve a radical reduction in energy usage. The Center was established in 2010 as a collaborative project among the faculty from UC Berkeley, MIT, Stanford, and several additional colleges and universities. To date, NSF has granted over $32 million to the Center. Provost Chang has been serving as an advisory board member since 2014.