New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge

Energy Cost Aware Job Scheduling – using Multiagent Modeling and Simulation approach

Team: 69

School: Los Alamos High

Area of Science: Computer Science


Interim: In recent year energy-aware computing has become a major research topic; not only in wireless and mobile computing environment but also in high performance and cloud computing environment. In my project, I would like to conduct research on energy-cost aware heuristic job dispatching methods. I plan to implement those proposed methods using a multi agent modeling and simulation approach. I have surveyed research papers and technologies in energy-aware computing areas and I also studied existing Time-of-Day energy pricing from many states. I have finished my design on data structure and program structure. Currently I am working on the NetLogo software design and implementation. I plan to finish my software implementation in early March and then conduct a sequence of testing cases. I plan to work on my final report and poster in early April.


Team Members:

  Steven Chen

Sponsoring Teacher: Lee Goodwin

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