Sep 12 – 14, 2022
Europe/Dublin timezone

Power Management and Thermal Control MC

Not scheduled
LPC Microconference Track (CLOSED)


Rafael Wysocki (Intel Open Source Technology Center)


The Power Management and Thermal Control microconference focuses on frameworks related to power management and thermal control, CPU and device power-management mechanisms, and thermal-control methods. In particular, we are interested in extending the energy-efficient scheduling concept beyond the energy-aware scheduling (EAS), improving the thermal control framework in the kernel to cover more use cases and making system-wide suspend (and power management in general) more robust.

The goal is to facilitate cross-framework and cross-platform discussions that can help improve energy-awareness and thermal control in Linux.

Suggested topics:

  • Energy-efficient scheduling beyond EAS (Len Brown).
  • Per-CPU idle injection from user space for thermal control (Srinivas Pandruvada).
  • A generic energy model description (Daniel Lezcano).
  • Extending the DTPM framework by adding more supported devices to it (Daniel Lezcano).
  • Thermal control core code improvements (Daniel Lezcano, Rafael Wysocki).
  • Combining DTPM with the thermal control framework (Daniel Lezcano).
  • Generic DVFS support for SCMI-based platforms (Ulf Hansson).
  • Improving the genpd governor for CPUs (Ulf Hansson).
  • More integration between PM-runtime and system-wide PM (Rafael Wysocki).

More topics will be added based on CfP for this microconference.

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Rafael Wysocki (Intel Open Source Technology Center)

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