Energy efficient data centres
Data centres are the core of future industrial and customer services, especially taking into account
a fast development of clouds, mobile applications, Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial
intelligence (AI) techniques. Consequently data centres energy efficiency and sustainability has
becone a major research, business and societal problem. To address this problem the main goal of the
E2DC 2018 workshop is to study innovative methods to improve efficiency and
sustainability of data centres - important and ever growing source of energy consumption.
7th International Workshop on Energy Efficient Data Centres
Importantly, E2DC concentrates on a broader context of data centre ecosystem by
investigation of interactions with other data centres, smart cities and smart grids. Hence, the
workshop discusses topics such as the use of renewable energy, optimisation of cooling and heat
re-use, demand response techniques, federation of distributed data centres and many more.
This year, in addition to these general workshop topics, we would like to discuss the future trends
of data centre development, especially their architectures and location. We would like to discuss
whether a majority of data centres will be concentrated in large colocation data centres and public
clouds or if (and how) smaller systems can be integrated with existing infrastructure (e.g.
buildings, homes, wind power plants, etc.).
March 21st , 2018
April 11th , 2018
Notification of acceptance
April 30th , 2018
Submission of camera-ready
Submission and publication of the work
The workshop will be co-located with ACM eEnergy 2018 Please submit your
manuscript via submission portal.
Manuscripts will be published in the ACM
proceedings and must adhere to ACM format.
Submission implies the willingness
of at least one author to register and present the paper at E2DC. The organizers
reserve the right to exclude a paper from publication if it is not presented. For
more information please contact Ariel Oleksiak (ariel at man.poznan.pl), Gunnar
Schomaker (schomaker at sicp.de) or Björn Postema (b.f.postema at utwente.nl).
To be defined
E2DC WORKSHOP PROGRAM 2018
To be defined
Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
Software Innovation Campus Paderborn, Germany
University of Twente, Netherlands
Technical Programme Committee
Hermann de Meer
University of Twente, the Netherlands
Newcastle University, United Kingdom
College of William and Mary, United States of America
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Vanderbilt University, United States of America
University of Toulouse,
Georges Da Costa
University of Toulouse, France
Universitat Politecnica de