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SCHEDULE: NOV 15-20, 2015

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Measuring the Power/Energy of Modern Hardware

SESSION: Measuring the Power/Energy of Modern Hardware

EVENT TYPE: Tutorials

EVENT TAG(S): Energy, Power

TIME: 1:30PM - 5:00PM

Presenter(s):Victor W. Lee, Jee Choi, Kenneth Czechowski



This tutorial provides a comprehensive overview of techniques for empirically measuring the
power and energy efficiency of modern hardware. In particular, we will focus on experiment
methodologies for studying how workload characteristics and system utilization affect power
consumption. This course will begin with a basic introduction to the core concepts regarding
energy consumption in digital electronics. Next, we will demonstrate step­-by-­step instructions
for measuring power of the full system as well as individual components, such as CPU,
DRAM, GPU, and MIC. This will also consist of a “best practices” guide for avoiding common
pitfalls. Finally, we will conclude with a brief discussion of related research on power models.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Victor W. Lee - Intel Corporation

Jee Choi - Georgia Institute of Technology

Kenneth Czechowski - Georgia Institute of Technology

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