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Green and sustainable Information Systems. CAiSE ’11 PANEL. Panelists. Marco Aiello , University of Groningen , The Netherlands Jan vom Brocke , University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein Brian Donnellan , NUI Maynooth , Innovation Value Institute , Ireland

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panelists
Panelists
  • Marco Aiello, UniversityofGroningen, The Netherlands
  • Jan vomBrocke, Universityof Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein
  • Brian Donnellan, NUI Maynooth, InnovationValueInstitute, Ireland
  • ErolGelenbe, Imperial College, UK
  • Mike Kretsis, Universityof East London, UK
  • Barbara Pernici, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
slide3

Policy: Three 20% targets for 2020

  • December 2008: Council and Parliament adopted the Climate and Energy Package that reinforces Europe’s commitment to:
    • ●A reduction in EU greenhouse gas emissions of at least 20% below 1990 levels
    • ● 20% of EU energy consumption to come from renewable resources
    • ● A 20% reduction in primary energy use compared with projected levels, to be achieved by improving energy efficiency.

EuropeanCommissionDG Information Society and Media, Unit H4

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Energy Consumption of ICT solutions

Energy Reductions enabled by ICT

~8% of total electricity consumption

~15% by 2020

Source: An ICT policy agenda to 2015 for Europe (Swedish Presidency)

Sources: Pickavet & all (UGent-IBBT)

EuropeanCommission DG Information Society and Media, Unit H4

green information systems
Green Information Systems
  • Impact on the environment

- IS asconsumersofpower

infrastructure:

office equipment, data centers

Green IS

- IS tosupportawareness and controlofenergyefficiency

buildings, cities, water,

electricitygrid…

IS for Green

three questions
Three questions
  • Q1 - Whichis the contributionthat the information systems community (mainlyasitis in CAiSe, aboutengineering information systems) can give in this domain?
  • Q2 - Which are possibleresearchdirections, which focus wouldyousuggest (green IT or IT for Green?)
  • Q3 - Yourexperience and resultsin the field? (isitdifficulttogetresearchresults in thisfield in your opinion?)
q1 contribution
Q1 - Contribution
  • Modeling
  • Definitionofrequirements, severalstakeholders
  • Processmodeling
q2 new research
Q2 – New research
  • Research in ownfield
  • Contributetounderstanding and developing in Green Domain
    • Concepts
    • Relationshipsamongconcepts
    • Management ofmonitoring data
    • Providingservices and service infrastructure
    • QoS
games focus energy efficient service centres
GAMES focusEnergy-efficient service centres

From applications

To infrastructure

and back

annotations

GAMES: Green Active Management of Energyin IT Service centres, FP7 EU Project

  • http://www.green-datacenters.eu/
  • http://www.green-datacenters.eu/
q3 research results and directions
Q3 - Researchresults and directions
  • Application-DrivenStorageControlfor Energy EfficiencyICT-Glow 2011
  • “usage” metrics (Green Performance Indicators) GreenMetrics workshop 2011
  • Monitoring data management
  • Design forenergyefficiency
sources and references
Sources and references
  • ICT-2011.6.2 ICT Systemsforenergyefficiency and EeB-ICT-2011-6.4 ICT forenergy-efficientbuildings and spacesof public use, MercèGriera i Fisa, INFSO H4, ICT forSustainableGrowth, online presentation
  • Mainstreamingsolutionstested in CIP in the area of ICT solutionsfor Energy Efficiency, MercèGriera i Fisa, INFSO H4, ICT forSustainableGrowth, online presentation
  • IC0804 COST project web site
  • Massimo Bertoncini, Barbara Pernici, IoanSalomie, and StefanWesner, GAMES: Green Active Management of Energy in IT Service centres, Caise Forum Proc., Springer LNBIP, 2010
  • M.G. Fugini, G.R. Gangadharan, B. Pernici, “Designing and Managing Sustainable IT Service Systems”, Proc. APMS Conf., Cernobbio, Oct.. 2010, pp. 1-8
  • C. Cappiello , A. Hinostroza, B. Pernici, M. Sami, E. Henis, R. Kat, K. Meth, M. Mura: ADSC: Application-DrivenStorageControlfor Energy Efficiency, ICT-GLOW2011
  • D. Chen, E. Henis, R. I. Kat, D. Sotnikov, C. Cappiello, A. MelloFerreira, B. Pernici, M. Vitali, T. Jiang, J. Liu, and A. Kipp: UsageCentric Green Performance Indicators, GreenMetrics 2011 Workshop, 2011
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