Power and Performance in Parallel Processing

Prof. Alexander Rumyantsev(Russia)

In this talk we briefly review and summarize a few recent results in stochastic modelling of parallel processing systems, which are in fact multiserver queues of various architectures. We discuss several methods to obtain the key performance characteristics. Due to high power consumption of these systems, we consider the energy efficiency of those as well, which leads to specific models with power demand management.

About the speaker

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Prof. Alexander Rumyantsev

  • Institute of Applied Mathematical Research of Karelian Research Centre of RAS

Alexander Rumyantsev (Ph.D.'13, D.Sc.'23) is the Head of the Telecommunications Systems Laboratory and leading researcher at the Institute of Applied Mathematical Research, Karelian Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences; he holds professor's position at Petrozavodsk State University. His main research interests are related to queueing theory in computing systems, including parallel, distributed and quantum, as well as various performance and efficiency characteristics, including energy efficiency. He has authored over 100 papers and received several project funded by federal research support institutions. He spends time with students and schoolchildren sharing ideas in effort to intensify scientific exchange.