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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Dynamic Power Management for MW-Sized Supercomputer Centers

SESSION: Dynamic Power Management for MW-Sized Supercomputer Centers

EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather

TIME: 12:15PM - 1:15PM

SESSION LEADER(S):Ghaleb Abdulla, Terry Hewitt, Herbert Huber



Supercomputing centers are poised to begin a transition to “dynamic power management.” Multiple forces are driving this need with energy cost control in the forefront. Supercomputer systems have increasingly rapid, unpredictable and large power fluctuations with costly implications for the supercomputer center. In addition, electricity service providers may incentivize supercomputing centers to change their timing and/or magnitude of demand and to help address variable renewable generation. To adapt to this new landscape, supercomputing centers may employ strategies to dynamically and in real-time control their electricity demand. This BoF seeks those interested in sharing experiences with dynamic power and energy management.

Session Leader Details:

Ghaleb Abdulla (Primary Session Leader) - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Terry Hewitt (Secondary Session Leader) - Science and Technology Facility Center

Herbert Huber (Secondary Session Leader) - Leibniz Supercomputing Center

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