BSc Thesis presentation. Analysis and Modeling of Energy Pricing in the SmartGrid

Our Bachelor student Ignacio Penas has just presented his BSc Thesis titled  Analysis and Modeling of Energy Pricing and Resource Demand in the SmartGrid. The presentation took place in the School of Telecommunications Engineering, Technical University of Madrid (UPM). This work aims to analyze the impact of new hourly pricing techniques on data center […]

Master Thesis presentation. GPU Performance and Consumption Characterization for Graph Processing.

Our Master student Jhorman Jhair Gutiérrez Valderrama has just presented his Master Thesis titled GPU Performance and Consumption Analysis and Characterization for Graph Processing in a Heterogeneous Data Centers. The presentation took place in the School of Telecommunications Engineering, Technical University of Madrid (UPM). This Master Thesis is part of the […]

GreenLSI helps MásMóvil to save energy

The researchers in GreenLSI, led by José M. Moya, are modelling the energy consumption and temperature evolution of multiple servers from MásMóvil when executing typical cloud applications. As each server behaves differently, and modeling its behavior requires multiple intrusive experiments, the availability of a large amount of servers is a great […]

Presentation at DATE 2016

Recently, our colleague Juan Carlos Salinas Hilburg presented our latest research on power modeling for energy efficiency in Data Centers in the international conference Design, Automation and Test in Europe (DATE). Juan Carlos presented the work titled “Unsupervised Power Modeling of Co-Allocated Workloads for Energy Efficiency in Data Centers”, where […]

PhD Forum DATE 2016

Recently, our colleague Patricia Arroba presented our latest research on energy efficiency in Cloud computing in the PhD Forum held at the international conference DATE’2016 in Dresden, Germany. Computational demand in data centers is increasing due to growing popularity of Cloud applications. Nowadays, the data center industry consumes about 2% […]

Research stay at EPFL by Marina Zapater

Energy System Optimization for Confederated Networks of Green data centers Marina Zapater. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Host Institution: Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL) – École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) For the past months, Marina Zapater has visited the ESL laboratory at EPFL, under the supervision of Prof. David Atienza. The research to […]

Presentation at IGSC 2015

Last December, our colleague Dr. Marina Zapater traveled to Las Vegas, USA, to present her last paper “Dynamic workload and cooling management in High-Efficiency data centers” in the International Green and Sustainable Computing Conference (IGSC) 2015. The work presented is part of our on-going collaboration with the PeacLab group at Boston […]

Energy efficiency in data centers

Energy efficiency in Data Centers (DCs) is nowadays a major challenge because of its economic and environmental impact. The numbers regarding DC power consumption are outstanding: They are responsible for about 1.3% of worldwide energy production In USA alone, they consume more than 80 mill MWh/year, which means the consumption of 1,5 […]

Invited talk at Universidad de Almería

On November 16th, our colleague Marina Zapater presented an invited talk at the “Grupo de investigación Supercomputación – Algoritmos” of Universidad de Almería, in Spain. The title of the talk was “Modeling and Optimization techniques to improve the energy efficiency of Data Centers”, and was followed by a discussion between […]