KEY DATES: All dates are Anywhere on Earth
Submissions Open: February 15, 2019
Submission Deadline: CHANGE- May 15, 2019
Author Notification: May 30, 2019
Camera Ready Paper: June 06, 2019
Abstracts and papers submitted via Easy Chair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=eehpcsop2019
Accepted papers must be presented at the workshop. Long papers should not exceed **8** pages and short papers should not exceed **4** pages in the ACM format https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template
Submissions will be judged on correctness, novel or innovative approaches to a problem, technical and/or operational strength, written quality, and interest and relevance to the workshop scope.
The workshop organizers will provide written reviews for all timely submissions. Editorial review and recommendations may be provided as well.
For reproducibility, authors are expected to provide an appendix describing the methods used to gather, test and archive the data described in the paper. This appendix is not included in the page limit, but cannot exceed **2** pages.
Accepted papers will be published by ACM as part of the ICPP2019 Proceedings in a companion volume for workshops.
Topics of interest for workshop submissions include (but are not limited to):
· Reports on experience gained with grid integration
o impact of large HPC power loads and rapid voltage swings on electrical distribution systems
o demand response and other ‘sustainability’ programs
o negotiations on contracts with electricity service providers
· Use cases, lessons learned and best practices from large-scale, production deployment of:
o integrated operational data collection and analytics
o energy and power aware job scheduling and resource management
o liquid cooling control systems for HPC facilities, systems or both
o standards and open interfaces for power management and energy efficiency (e.g., Power API, Redfish, GEOPM, READEX, PowerStack)
· Experiences from extending the L2/L3 power measurement methodology to other benchmarks (beyond HPL)
· Use cases, lessons learned and best practices from:
o energy and power considerations during procurement of HPC systems
o liquid cooling commissioning
o HPC facility preventative maintenance and management practices for RAS-M (reliability, availability, serviceability and maintainability)
o energy and power considerations during facility construction or improvement that supports HPC systems
o measuring and evaluating the value of ITUE (IT power usage effectiveness), similar to PUE but “inside” the system and TUE (total power usage effectiveness)