Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Working Group Speaker's Bureau
 
 
 

Speaker's Bureau

Why an EE HPC WG Speaker's Bureau?

The purpose of the speaker’s bureau is two fold. It provides

  1. A forum to allow members to learn from one another’s expertise by encouraging presentations with an opportunity for feedback, questions and answers.

  2. To maintain a list of potential speakers for use by other groups looking for same. The working group does not endorse any of the speakers, and the speakers are under no obligation to accept invitations to speak.

These forums can feature industry speakers, but should not be marketing or sales collateral for products or services.


Would you like to volunteer as a speaker?

Help us build a comprehensive list of speakers for those who are working on energy efficient HPC by adding your name to our database. You don't have to be a polished, professional speaker, ... just someone who has expertise or experience with energy efficient HPC and a willingness to share.

This is NOT intended to be a marketing vehicle for specific products or services. Please do NOT sign up if your intent is to market products or services.

Please sign up if you are interested. Speaker Submission Form


How we will encourage speaking opportunities?

  • Soliciting and publishing on the EE HPC WG website a list of members who, given certain caveats, would be willing to speak. This list would include the member’s name, organizational affiliation, a short biography, the subject area (focus, problem, thesis, etc.) which they could speak to and their geographical location.

  • Hosting EE HPC WG organized webinars featuring speakers from the list and/or invited non-members.

  • Using the list to help with organizing technical program submissions promoting energy efficient HPC for key conferences (e.g., SCXX and ISC).

  • Soliciting feedback from members via a survey on subjects they’d like to learn more about.

 
 

Would you like to find a speaker?

This page is designed to link groups interested in hearing about energy efficient high performance computing (HPC) with people who have technical expertise or experiences to share. It is a VOLUNTEER speakers' bureau, a listing of those who are willing to give of their time to speak to interested groups. We invite interested parties to contact these volunteers for speaking or other appropriate engagements.

DISCLAIMER: The EE HPC WG does not endorse these speakers. It is the responsibility of the individuals contacting them to insure that appropriate steps are taken to assess the speaker’s abilities, qualifications and knowledge of the subject matter as well as the correctness and usefulness of the speech and supporting material.

All speakers listed on this page have indicated their willingness to share their experiences and/or knowledge FREE OF CHARGE (although travel expenses may need to be paid). As volunteers, they offer their services on the basis of their available time and resources and are under no obligation to accept speaking invitations.

To make it easier for you to find the speaker(s) you are looking for, we have provided their name, organizational affiliation, a short biography, the subject areas they could speak to and their geographical location.

Avaialble Speakers

Name Organizational affiliation? What HPC Energy Efficiency Topics would you speak about? What is your background, qualifications, experience in speaking on these subjects? Other than by phone or webinar, what geographical location might you be able to speak in person? Contact information
Bill Kosik HP Cooling of HPC equipment, primarily from a data center/cooling infrastructure standpoint. I was a chapter author on ASHRAE's latest book in their Datacom Series,
Green Tips for Data Centers.
I have written 20 articles over the last few years on energy efficiency in the data center and have presented over 30 times at various conferences, Chicago/Midwest. Outside of Chicago on a limited basis. Probably never internationally.

I'll do webinars anytime.
wjk@hp.com
Ralph Wescott PNNL Office of Science Data Center Energy Monitoring and Efficiency.
Data Center Upgrade and Modernization.
HPC System Admin 6 years.
Data Center Manager 11.
Upgraded Central Data Center to Tier 1 while operational.
Designed new data center using best practices.
Seattle, Portland, Spokane ralph.wescott@pnl.gov
Kevin T. McDonald ICF International, Inc. Green IT, Data Center Modernization,
Cloud Computing
Sustainability Practices in Project Management and IT Sourcing
Senior Infrastructure and Cloud Strategist, working with a variety of public and private sector organization on Green IT, Data center modernization and Cloud Computing
Featured speaker on Green IT for Green Economic Forum, Project Management Institute Global Congress, SCWorld Congress among others
Author of 'Above the Clouds: Managing Risk in the World of Cloud Computing' and Greening the Enterprise, Vital Magazine/uk.
Washington, DC kmcdonald@icfi.com
John Peterson HP Net-zero data centers
Waste heat energy reuse
Geothermal systems
River, lake, and ocean cooling
ASHRAE technical committee 9.9
ASHRAE new standard 90.4 - energy use for data centers
LEED for data centers (any version)
ASHRAE speaker on data center energy use (2 papers published)
CLIMA 2013 speaker (net-zero, river & lake cooling)
7x24 Exchange (lake and ocean cooling)
CSI (data center energy use)
Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD, & Richmond, VA

Other suburb areas around the region:
- Arlington, VA
- Fairfax, VA
- Bethesda, MD
- Rockville, MD
jpeterson@hp.com
Guy AlLee Intel

380Vdc Power Distribution and new worldwide standards
HPC Data Center Demand-Response

Server /Data Center Energy Researcher in Intel Labs
Intel Representative to EMerge Alliance on 380Vdc Standard
Chair of EMerge Alliance Building/Campus DC Microgrid Technical Standards Committee
Former Strategic Planner for Servers / HPC in Datacenter and Connected Systems Group at Intel
Direct-Current Evangelist -- It's When not If
Portland, Oregon; San Jose / Bay Area, California; Seattle, Washington; Albuquerque / Santa Fe / Los Alamos, New Mexico guy.allee@intel.com
Bob Shatten TeraCool LLC Industrial Ecology Our team is composed of five members. We are located in the Boston area and can travel to New York or DC (or other areas within a similar distance) if necessary. bob@teracool-llc.com
 
 
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