Research in the fields of cloud computing and resource management. In this multidisciplinary project, young researchers from computer sciences, telecommunications, scientific computing and scheduling collaborate on the development of innovative efficient methods for cloud computing to reduce the energy use and thereby the costs of data centers. Models for pooling data center to “cloud data centers” through for example service migration are to be developed. The deployment of using renewable energy sources in these cloud centers is also a topic. The kick off meeting was held in Göttingen from 27 to 28 October, 2014. Inter alia the specific objectives of CleanSky ITN were formulated.
The kick off meeting was held in Göttingen from 27 to 28 October, 2014. Inter alia the specific objectives of CleanSky ITN were formulated.
Together with an international consortium, GWDG is researching on methods and technologies, which improve the operation and the usage of cloud infrastructures. The GWDG researchers focus on resource management, services in clouds and on aspects of data storage bioinformatic applications. The results of the CleanSky project will be evaluated continuously with regard to productive use and made available for the GWDG customers.
CleanSky is a multinational practice-oriented research association with partners from industry and science. Researcher and business companies from six European countries, China and the USA are involved.
The project coordination is held by the Institute of Computer Science/Computer Networks Group at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.
Dr. Philipp Wieder
Faraz Fatemi Moghaddam
01.09.2014 – 30.08.2018
Das Projekt wird von der Europäischen Union im Rahmen des Marie-Curie-Programms als „Initial Training Network“ (ITN) gefördert und verfolgt neben der Forschung auch das Ziel, junge Wissenschaftler im Bereich der Cloud-Technologien auszubilden. Förderkennzeichen: 607584.