DescriptionSupercomputing centers are beginning a transition to “dynamic power and energy management.” Cost control is a major factor. Supercomputer systems have increasingly rapid, unpredictable and large power fluctuations. In addition, electricity service providers may request supercomputing centers to change their timing and/or magnitude of demand to help address electricity supply constraints. To adapt to this new landscape, centers may employ JSRM strategies to dynamically and in real-time control their electricity demand. This BoF presents results of a global survey of supercomputing centers using these JSRM strategies and seeks those interested in sharing experiences with dynamic power and energy management.