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© 2009 IBM Corporation John Carter and Karthick Rajamani Welcome To The Second Workshop on Energy Efficient Design Saint Malo, France
© 2009 IBM Corporation Program Chairs John Carter Karthick Rajamani Pradip Bose, IBM David Brooks, Harvard Kirk Cameron, Virginia Tech Jichuan Chang, Hewlett-Packard Babak Falsafi, EPFL Sudhanva Gurumurthi, Virginia Fernando Latorre, Intel Jie Liu, Microsoft Onur Mutlu, CMU Karsten Schwan, GATech Farhana Sheikh, Intel Thomas Wenisch, Michigan Program Committee
© 2009 IBM Corporation 9 talks from reviewed papers in 3 sessions Keynote Open-mike discussion on hardware-software responsibilities for energy-efficiency Program
© 2009 IBM Corporation Welcome and Introduction8:15-8:30 Energy-efficient Systems and Datacenters8:30-10:00 John Davis – The Search for Energy Efficient Building Blocks for the Data Center Sabyasachi Ghosh/Murali Annavaram – KnightShift: Shifting I/O Burden in the Datacenters to Management Processor Alan Yoder – Energy Efficient Storage Technologies for Data Centers Group discussion Break 10:00-10:15 Keynote 10:15-11:15 Parthasarathy Ranganathan - Saving the World, One Server at a Time! Energy-efficient Multiprocessor Design 11:15-12:45 Paula Petricia – Dynamic Power Redistribution in Failure Prone CMPs Niti Madan – Guarded Power Gating in a Multi-core Setting Ali Shafie – Using Partial Tag Comparison in Low-Power Snoop-based Chip Multiprocessors Group discussion Break for Lunch 12:45-14:00 Novel Techniques for Power Management 14:00-15:30 Ada Gavrilovska – Achieving Power-Efficiency in Clusters Without Distributed File System Complexity Karthick Rajamani – What Computer Architects Need to Know About Memory Throttling Jeff Stuecheli – Predictive Power Management for Multi-core Processors Group Discussion Break 15:30-16:00 Agenda
© 2009 IBM Corporation Agenda Continued Open-mike Discussion – A Dialogue on Energy-efficiency16:00-17:00 O software experts, when will you start acting more responsibly ? Ye architects, can you design something that can run efficiently ?
© 2009 IBM Corporation Have a great week !
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