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HPC JEEP- HPC job efficiency and energy usage: monitoring and reporting

  • 1. Durham University
  • 2. University of Edinburgh


Traditionally, resources on high performance computing (HPC) services have been granted in units of compute time (core-hours, node-hours, etc.) with users not informed, nor paying much attention to their energy use; and services not generally reporting breakdowns of energy use other than for total electricity charges. Without an understanding of how research areas, projects and users use energy and how efficiently they use resources it is difficult to plan future procurements or service strategies towards a net zero goal.


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Net-Zero Digital Research Infrastructure Scoping NE/W007134/1
UK Research and Innovation