2012-09-14

Software Engineering Aspects of Green Computing track at the 2013 Symposium on Applied Computing

Green-ness in the software is an emerging quality attribute that must be taken into the account in each phase of the software development process at each level of the IT system from the application level via middle-ware to operating system and hardware. Achieving green-ness by software requires methods and techniques that support finding, realizing, and measuring software solutions that make infrastructure smarter, virtualize processes, contribute to dematerialization or new solutions like smart grids. Typical examples are applications that help to reduce energy consumption in facility management, in production, mobility, and in embedded systems. The analysis of all factors that have an environmental impact and the search for the optimal trade-off therefore has to be included in software development methods.

The Software Engineering Aspects of Green Computing track at the 2013 Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC) aims to bring together academic and industrial researchers to share their experience in green computing. Authors are invited to submit original papers representing their idea and achievements in green computing in and by software.

More information and Call for Papers: here
Paper Submission deadline: September 21, 2012