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Seminar | Mathematics and Computer Science Division

Impact of Dynamic Power Capping on Application Progress

MCS Student Presentation

Abstract: Power management is becoming an increasingly important component in the design and operation of large-scale systems. One way to perform power management is to actively monitor power consumption and application performance to adjust the power cap accordingly. To design such scheme, researchers need a deeper understanding of how dynamically adjusting the power cap of a node will impact application performance.

In this talk, we will present our efforts to model this impact, using a self-reported application-specific metric of progress as the basis.

Bio: Srinivasan Ramesh is a graduate student from University of Oregon, Eugene. His research interests include performance engineering and performance modeling.

This seminar will be streamed.