Our paper titled Trimmer: Cost-Efficient Deep Learning Auto-tuning for Cloud Datacenters has been accepted for publication within the IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD’22).
Peter Garraghan along with his Physics colleague Prof. Manus Hayne have been awarded a European Commission (EC) research grant titled MSI: Ultralow-power, Non-volatile, Random Access Memory Arrays for Data centers and Space Applications (ULTRARAM).
This £362k project aims to design ULTRARAM: the next generation of memory architecture, and evaluate it’s effectiveness within the datacenter and space industries.
Dr. Gingfung Yeung has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled Proactive Interference-aware
Resource Management in Deep Learning Training Clusters, and will be joining Huawei Technologies R&D in Edinburgh as a Research Scientist. Congratulations!
PhD student Damian Borowiec will join the Systems Infrastructure Research (SIR) lab in the Huawei Edinburgh Research Center this Summer as an intern. Congratulations!
The EDS Lab welcomes Weijia Li to the group, who will be joining as a new Masters by Research student in digital sustainability.
Our group member, Damian Borowiec has recently taken part in a talk with Magdalena Cebula – the coordinator of Data Workshop Foundation, a Warsaw (Poland) based Data Science foundation.
The talk was centered around contemporary issues in Machine Learning, optimization technologies and the environmental sustainability of Artificial Intelligence.
*(Talk available in Polish language only)
Our paper titled START: Straggler Prediction and Mitigation for Cloud Computing Environments using Encoder LSTM Networks has been accepted for publication within IEEE Transactions on Services Computing.
This work was completed in collaboration with Imperial College London, The University of Melbourne, and Queen Mary University of London.
Peter Garraghan was invited to the North West sustainability session at COP’26 hosted in Glasgow.
Our article titled Environmental Consequence of Deep Learning has been published within the ITNOW British Computing Society.
You can read the article by following this link.
The EDS lab welcomes three new members to the group:
Dr. Yao Lu – Senior Research Associate
Stefan Trawicki – PhD student
Matthew Hodkin – PhD student