Parallel Distributed Infrastructure for Minimization of Energy

ParaDIME presents: A summer of energy-efficient computing

Wed, 2014-07-02

Just in time for summer, we’re taking ParaDIME on the road, with a series of project-related presentations at events over the next few months. Come along to meet our researchers and find out how ParaDIME is reworking everything from hardware to applications to make computing more energy efficient.

First up is the ISVLSI 2014: IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) in sunny Tampa, Florida, USA from 9-11 July 2014. Researchers from Barcelona Supercomputing Center will be discussing system-level power and energy-estimation methodology for open multimedia applications on 10 July, in the 4.30-5.30pm session.

Next, along with a clutch of projects focusing on delivery energy-efficient computing, ParaDIME will be represented at the ICT-Energy summer school taking place in Perugia, Italy from 14-18 July 2014. Romantic Verona will be the backdrop for our talk at DSD 2014, the Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design from 27-29 August 2014.

To round off the summer, researchers will discuss the DESSERT (DESign Space ExploRation Tool based on Power and Energy at System-Level) tool at the IEEE SOCC 2014: IEEE International System-on-Chip Conference in Las Vegas from 2-5 September 2014.

We look forward to seeing you there – don’t forget in the meantime you can contact us with any project queries via the ParaDIME website contact form

Map with markers showing ParaDIME events in Tampa, Perugia, Verona and Las Vegas

ParaDIME researcher Oscar Palomar speaking at a conference

ParaDIME researchers Yarco Hayduk, Santhosh Rethinagiri and Oscar Palomarat an event