The University of Florida , the University of Arizona and Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey , have established a national research center for autonomic computing (CAC).

This center is funded by the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center program of the National Science Foundation, CAC members from industry and government, and university matching funds.

First International Workshop on
Energy Efficient High-Performance Computing (EEHiPC'10)

Held in Conjunction With 17th IEEE/ACM International Conference on High Performance Computing (HiPC 2010)
December 19-22, Goa, India

Submission Deadline: September 1 Extended to September 25, 2010 (23:59 EDT)

Workshop Date: December 19, 2010 (Halft Day)

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The growing scale of High Performance Computing (HiPC) systems and enterprise data centers has made issues related to power consumption, air conditioning, and cooling infrastructures critical concerns in terms of efficiency and robustness as well as operating costs. Furthermore, with the advent of Cloud computing consolidated virtualized data centers are emerging as attractive computing platforms for data- and compute-intensive applications and provide opportunities for higher utilization and energy savings. As a result, energy efficiency and the tradeoffs between energy efficiency and performance have become key challenges that must be addressed in both, distributed and traditional performance-oriented infrastructures.

This workshop aims to provide a timely forum for presenting novel idea and latest findings as well as to discuss research directions and challenges related to Energy Efficient High Performance Computing (EEHiPC). We expect to publish papers related to energy efficiency at different levels, but will have a specific focus on applications and application formulations, programming systems, abstractions and language extensions and runtime support.

Guest Speakers

Available in the program details.

LAST MODIFIED: November 17, 2010