[hpc-announce] Energy Eff HPC State-of-Practice - Deadline extension - colocated at IGSC'22

Siddhartha Jana siddharthajana24 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 21:39:21 CDT 2022


The submission deadline for the Energy Efficient HPC State-of-Practice
workshop (EE HPC SOP) has been extended by a week from August 3rd to
August 10th, 2022. To those needing a bit more time, we hope you can
take advantage of this extension.

For those of you who have already uploaded their submissions, thank
you. If needed, please feel free to use this extended deadline as an
opportunity to submit revised versions of your drafts.


The 4th Annual EE HPC State of the Practice Workshop will be VIRTUAL
only.  It will be held in conjunction with the 13th International
Green and Sustainable Computing Conference (IGSC2022).  All accepted
papers will be published as part of the Conference Proceedings in IEEE
Explore.  There will be a registration fee for the
Conference/Workshop, the exact fee is TBD.

Energy Efficient HPC State of the Practice
October 24th, 2022

EE HPC SOP Workshop  Website:

EE HPC SOP Submission:

ABSTRACT:  Power and energy are recognized as first-order constraints
in high-performance computing. Optimizing for various factors such as
cost, efficiency and performance under power and energy constraints
requires coordination across the infrastructure (e.g., mechanical and
electrical systems), the HPC system (hardware and software), and
end-user applications.

There are early adopters and innovators in operational practices and
technologies that are geared towards improving energy and power
management capabilities. This workshop will explore these operational
and technological innovations that span HPC computational systems as
well as building infrastructure.

The purpose of this workshop is to allow for the publication of
practices, policies, procedures, and technologies in formal
peer-reviewed papers so the broader community can benefit from these
experiences.    It will expose use cases, lessons learned, and best
practices in design, commissioning, and operations.  The nature of
these papers is generally descriptive with hard experiential data
gathered through surveys, case studies, and research for practice.

## Workshop Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the
following areas, related explicitly to HPC power and energy:
- Instrumentation, measurement, monitoring
- Management and control
- Operational data analytics
- Liquid cooling
- Electrical power distribution
- Procurement considerations
- APIs, standards, specifications, open solutions
- Efficiency and operational insights gained from working with
emergency remote and/or limited on-site operations (e.g., due to
- Reliability, availability, serviceability, and maintainability
- Sustainability


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