Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Working Group SC14 Presentations
 
 
 

SC15 Working Group Presentations

Building Energy Efficient HPC Working Group Workshop


Agenda and Introduction (Natalie Bates)

Session 1: HPC Energy Efficiency in 3 Japanese Supercomputing Centers (Satoshi Matsuoka)

Session 2: Energy Efficiency Panel with Oil & Gas Industry Participants (Steve Poole)

Session 3: Liquid Cooling Facility Connection Standards (Josip Loncaric)

Keynote: An Exascale Perspective 2010 - 2015 (Justin Rattner)

Session 4: Past, Present, Future Installations: Lessons Learned (Anna Maria Bailey)

Session 5: HPC Controls and Monitoring (Nicholas Dube)


Abstract:

This annual workshop is organized by the Energy Efficient HPC Working Group (https://eehpcwg.llnl.gov/). It blends facilities and system perspectives; from architecture through design and implementation. The workshop topics reflect the activities and interests of the EE HPC WG, which is an open group for accelerating the adoption of energy efficient HPC.

Networking with colleagues is encouraged during lunch with “round tables” organized around interest areas such as energy efficient benchmarks, liquid cooling technology trends and developing a power API.

 
  • Natalie Bates Natalie Bates
  • Justin Rattner - Intel Senior Fellow and CTO (retired) Justin Rattner - Intel Senior Fellow and CTO (retired)
     
 
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