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International Conference on Energy-Aware High Performance Computing

In 2010 we started the EnA-HPC conference series in order to bring researchers, vendors, and HPC center administrators together. Its purpose is to foster discussions regarding the status and future of energy awareness in high performance computing. Fields of interest cover all layers, from the lowest level of hardware technology, via operating system, compiler and application issues to facility technologies like air conditioning, sensor technology and heat reuse. After five successful conferences—2010 to 2012 in Hamburg and 2013/2014 in Dresden—EnA-HPC is taking a break in 2015. Selected articles that have been submitted since the last event will be published in a special issue of of Computer Science - Research and Development, Springer Verlag, Germany. Starting in 2016, EnA-HPC continues as a workshop at the ISC High Performance conference.

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