First Internation Workshop on Energy Efficient Supercomputing (E2SC)


Workshop Focus We encourage submissions in the following areas:

  • Tools for analyzing power and energy with different granularities and scope from hardware (e.g. component, core, node, rack, system) or software views (e.g. threads, tasks, processes, etc) or both.
  • Tools and techniques for measurement, analysis, and modeling of thermal effects at different granularities (e.g. component, core, node, rack, system) for large-scale systems.
  • Techniques that enable power and energy optimizations at different scale levels for HPC systems.
  • Integration of power-aware technologies in applications and throughout the software stack of HPC systems.
  • Characterization of current state-of-the-art HPC systems and applications in terms of power.
  • Disruptive hardware of infrastructure technologies for energy efficient supercomputing.
  • Analysis of future technologies that will provide improved energy consumption and management of future HPC systems.


    All accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library. Moreover, accepted papers will be eligible for inclusion in a special issue of the journal Parallel Computing.


    Papers should not exceed ten single-space double-column pages (including figures, tables and references) using a 10-point font on 8.5x11-inch pages. Templates can be found in Submissions will be judged on correctness, originality, technical strength, significance, presentation quality and appropriateness. Submitted papers should not have appeared in or under consideration for another venue. A full peer-process will be followed with each paper being reviewed by at least 3 members of the program committee. Submissions will be made through EasyChair.


              Paper Submission:           August 24, 2014 August 29, 2014
              Author Notification:          September 30, 2014
              Camera-Ready Copy:        October 10, 2014

    Workshop in Cooperation with SIGHPC
    Disclaimer: The BlueGene P supercomputer photo comes from Argonne National Laboratory's Flickr page, the oscilloscope and voltmeter photos come from the wikimedia commons and the ALMA correlator photo comes from ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO). These pictures are released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.