|Lieu||Djerba Island, Tunisia|
|Date||Du 28 octobre 2010 au 30 octobre 2010|
Minimization of energy consumption has become a central issue in designing distributed systems that range from wireless ad hoc networks to data centers.
Because battery technologies have not yet matched advances in hardware and software technologies, saving energy in battery-operated devices is very important for mobile/wireless networks. Similarly, minimizing energy consumption in high performance computing centers will, in addition to saving power consumption, require less cooling mechanisms.
These new challenges require innovative and effective optimization solutions for minimizing power consumption in distributed systems, such as energy-efficient scheduling algorithms and energy-efficient Medium Access Control (MAC) protocols.
The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers who are interested in addressing issues of concern and challenges related to optimizing computing system power consumption, energy efficient systems, and distributed systems.
Both theoretical papers and papers describing practical experiences will be welcome.
The Workshop topics include (but are not limited to) the following:
* Optimization of energy-efficient protocols/algorithms
* Energy-efficient scheduling algorithms
* Energy-efficient cross-layer protocols
* Energy-efficient MAC protocols
* Energy-efficient routing protocols
* Voltage and frequency scaled networks
* Energy-efficient communication protocols
* Energy-efficient protocols/algorithms in PHY, IP layers or above
* Hardware solutions for achieving energy efficiency in large-scale networked systems
* Virtualization techniques for energy efficiency
* Network models and simulation modules/tools for energy efficient solutions
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