Subproject 1: Datacenter's interaction with the national energy system

Subproject 2: Multifunctional data centers

  • Cristina Cáceres, Agatino Rizzo, and Marcus Sandberg. (2019). Data Center and the City: a Potential for Urban Synergies, Proceedings of AESOP2019, Venice, Italy
  • Conference paper: “Analysis of Urban Scale Factors for Data Center Waste-heat Use; Three Case Studies in Sweden”. PLEA2020 conference. 

Subproject 3: Quality and credibility when simulating cooling in data centers

Subproject 4: Transient simulations of data center dynamic thermal management arrangements

  • Johannes Sjölund, Mattias Vesterlund, Nicolas Delbosc, Amirul Khan, and Jon Summers. (2018). Validated thermal air management simulations of data centers using remote graphics processing units, Proceedings of IECON-18, Washington DC, USA

Subproject 5: Evaluation of energy recovery solutions for data centers

Subproject 6: Design of distribution networks for energy efficient data center operations

  • K. M. U. Ahmed, J. Sutaria, M. H. J. Bollen and S. K. Rönnberg, “Electrical Energy Consumption Model of Internal Components in Data Centers”, IEEE PES Innovative smart grid technologies Europe (ISGT), Bucharest, September 2019
  • J. Sutaria, K. M. U. Ahmed, M. H. J. Bollen and S. K. Rönnberg, “Propagation of Supraharmonics through EMI Filters with Varying Loads”, IEEE Cigré Norpie 2019, Narvik, September 2019
  • K. M. U. Ahmed, M. Alvarez, M. H. J. Bollen, “Characterizing Failure and Repair Time of Servers in a Hyper-scale Data Center”, IEEE PES Innovative smart grid technologies Europe (ISGT), Bucharest Sep 2020
  • K. M. U. Ahmed, M. Alvarez, M. H. J. Bollen, Reliability Analysis of Internal Power Supply Architecture of Data Centers in Terms of Component Energy Losses, submitted to Future Generation Computer Systems, 2020
  • J. Sutaria, S. K. Rönnberg, M. H. J. Bollen “Aggregation of Supraharmonics in Neutral for Three-Phase Four-Wire System”, submitted to IEEE Open Journal of Industry Applications, 2020
  • J. Sutaria, S. K. Rönnberg “Conditions for the presence of beat frequency in dc and ac data centers” submitted to CIRED, 2020

Subproject 7: Data centers impact on the electricity market when the amount of renewable
electricity augment

  • M. Alvarez, P. De Oliveira, J. Zhong, ”Financial Incentives for Data Centers in Sweden”

Subproject 8: SimBerry - Flexible and large-scale simulation of interaction between district heating
and remote cooling networks and data centers

  • Johan Simonsson, Khalid Atta, Dave Zachariah, and Wolfgang Birk. (2019). Heat load prediction for district heating using a latent variable approach, Proc.22nd Nordic Process Control Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Gerald Schweiger, Henrik Nilsson, Josef Peter Schöggl, Wolfgang Birk, and Alfred Posch. (2019). Modeling and simulation of large-scale Systems: a systematic comparison of modeling paradigms, Applied Mathematics and Computation 365 (1-14)

Subproject 9: Proximity liquid cooling inside data centers for direct heat recovery 

  • Sebastian Fredriksson, Jonas Gustafsson, Daniel Olsson, Jeffrey Sarkinen, Alan Beresford, Matthew Kaufeler, Tor Björn Minde, and Jon Summers. (2019). Integrated thermal management of a 150kW pilot Open Compute Project style data center, Proceedings of INDIN 2019, Helsinki, Finland

Subproject 10: Automated maintenance of energy-efficient data centers

  • Yulia Berezovskaya, Arash Mousavi, Valeriy Vyatkin, and Xiaojing Zhang. (2018). Smart distribution of IT load in energy efficient data centers with focus on cooling systems, Proceedings of IEEE IECON 2018, Washington D.C., USA.
  • Yulia Berezovskaya, Valeriy Vyatkin, Arash Mousavi, Xiaojing Zhang, Chen-Wei Yang. (2019). A hybrid fault detection and diagnosis method in server rooms’ cooling systems, Proceedings of INDIN 2019, Helsinki, Finland
  • Y. Berezovskaya, C.-W. Yang, A. Mousavi, V. Vyatkin and T. B. Minde, Modular Model of a Data Centre as a Tool for Improving Its Energy Efficiency, IEEE Access, vol. 8, pp. 46559-46573, 2020.
  • Data exchange between JADE and Simulink-model for multi-agent control using NoSQL database Redis was accepted for publication in the conference proceedings of IC4S 2019 and presented by co-author at the conference in Bangkok, Thailand (October 11-12, 2019).

Subproject 11: Resource efficiency in software processes and communication in data clouds
and data centers

  • Lara Jimenez and Olov Schelén. (2019). DOCMA: a Decentralized Orchestrator for Containerized Microservice Applications, Proceedings of IEEE Cloud Summit 2019, Washington DC, USA
  • The DOCMA architecture and proof-of-Concept was published in the 3rd IEEE International Conference on Cloud and Fog Computing Technologies and Applications, IEEE Cloud Summit 2019. 

Subproject 12: Resource efficiency in distributed ledgers and smart contracts

  • Ahmed Afif Monrat, Olov Schelén, and Karl Andersson. (2019), A Survey of Blockchain From the Perspectives of Applications, Challenges, and Opportunities, IEEE Access 7(1):117134-117151
  • Research papers submitted at the 13th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC 2020): Blockchain Mobility Solution for Charging Transactions of Electrical Vehicles
  • Research papers submitted at the 13th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC 2020): Performance Evaluation of Permissioned Blockchain Platforms