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TDDD50 Green Computing

Seminars

General information

Seminars are devoted to discuss current topics on the subject of Green Computing. The students, under the supervision of the teacher, will present and discuss scientific articles. The seminar sessions will be in groups of maximum 14 students.

Rules of the game

Each seminar occasion will consist of two sessions. Each session consists of a presentation (20 min), a discussion (20 min), and an individual feedback on the presentation to the presenter (5 min). The list of articles, seminar occasions, and links to download the papers is available in the seminar plan below. During the seminar the students will adopt two different roles:

  • Leader: The student has one article assigned to present and leads the discussion about it. This role is adopted once for each student.
  • Participant: The rest of the students have read the article and have brought it to the class. They listen to the presentation and actively participate in the discussion.
The evaluation of the seminar activities is detailed in the examination section.

The way the papers are assigned to the students is explained in the second lecture.

Seminar plan


BR: Background Required
Session Paper
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Explanation about seminar procedures. The teachers will present and lead the discussion of the following paper:
M. A. Kazandjieva, B. Heller, P. Levis, C. Kozyrakis, Energy Dumpster Diving

Material: Seminar guidelines (pdf) and Presentation article (pdf)

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[1] R. Widmer, H. Oswald-Krapf, D. Sinha-Khetriwal, M. Schnellmann, H. Böni, Global perspectives on e-waste (BR: basic computer architecture)

[2] W. Scharnhorst, L. M. Hilty, O. Jolliet, Life cycle assessment of second generation (2G) and third generation (3G) mobile phone networks (BR: basic computer networks)

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[3] A. C. Orgerie, L. Lefèvre, J. P. Gelas, Demystifying Energy Consumption in Grids and Clouds (BR: basic computer architecture)

[4] B. Chun, G. Iannaccone, G. Iannaccone, R. Katz, G. Lee, L. Niccolini, An energy case for hybrid datacenters (BR: basic computer architecture)

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[5] J. Blackburn, K. Christensen, A Simulation Study of a New Green BitTorrent (BR: basic computer networks)

[6] K. Kurowski, A. Oleksiak, M. W. Poznan, J. Nabrzyski, Distributed Power Management And Control System For Sustainable Computing Environments (BR: computer networks)

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[7] K. Christensen, P. Reviriego, B. Nordman, M. Bennett, M. Mostowfi, J. A. Maestro, IEEE 802.3az: The Road to Energy Efficient Ethernet (BR: computer networks)

[8] G. Piro, M. Miozzo, G. Forte, N. Baldo, L. A. Grieco, G. Boggia, P. Dini, HetNets Powered by Renewable Energy: a Cost Effective Paradigm for Sustainable Next Generation Cellular Networks (BR: basic computer networks)

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[9] M. B. Kjærgaard, Location-Based Services on Mobile Phones: Minimizing Power Consumption (BR: basic computer networks and architecture)

[10] M. Asplund, A. Thomasson, E. J. Vergara, S. Nadjm-Tehrani, Software-related Energy Footprint of a Wireless Broadband Module (BR: basic computer networks)

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[11] A. Roy, S. M. Rumble, R. Stutsman, P. Levis, D. Mazières, N. Zeldovich, Energy Management in Mobile Devices with the Cinder Operating System (BR: operating systems) (Sections 5.2, 5.4, 6.3, and 7 can be skipped)

[12] S. Park, Y. Kim, B. Urgaonkar, J. Lee, E. Seo, A comprehensive study of energy efficiency and performance of flash-based SSD (BR: computer architecture)

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[13] A. J. Younge, G. von Laszewski, L. Wang, S. Lopez-Alarcon, W. Carithers, Efficient Resource Management for Cloud Computing Environments (BR: basic distributed systems)

[14] S. Klingert, T. Schulze, C. Bunse, GreenSLAs for the Energy-efficient Management of Data Centres (BR: basic computer networks)

 


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