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Workshops form the foundation for any SC conference, and SC21 is no different.

Thirty-eight focused workshops – featuring in-depth presentations, discussions, interactions, and hands-on activities – will be available to SC21 attendees on Sunday, November 14; Monday, November 15; and Friday, November 19.

The multitude of workshops offered to participants on a wide range of topics is among the many highlights of every SC conference. SC21 is continuing this trend, with a robust array of workshops that delve into some of the most timely, interesting and even controversial subjects in the HPC community.” — Anshu Dubey, SC21 Workshops Chair

Choosing which workshops you’ll attend can be tricky, as each has been peer-reviewed and approved for fostering a deep and interactive dialogue on topics of interest to the HPC community.

To help make your decision a bit easier, the SC21 TV team has produced short video introductions of four workshops representing the breadth and quality of the SC Workshops program.

Women in HPC: Diversifying the HPC Community and Engaging Male Allies

The eleventh international Women in HPC workshop will celebrate the successes of women in HPC, and focus on ways to improve recruitment and mentoring of women in the workforce. Among this year’s topics for discussion will be strategies for maintaining connections in a remote working world; how to avoid home and work life collisions; and establishing a framework to unlock successful career change.

Sunday, November 14, 9 am–5:30 pm

Computational Approaches for Cancer Workshop 2021 (CAFCW21)

Advancing the use of computation to better understand, diagnose, treat and prevent cancer is redefining oncology. This interdisciplinary workshop will share insights and challenges in fostering collaborations and future innovations, all to accelerate progress in computationally and data-driven cancer research and clinical applications.

Sunday, November 14, 9 am–5:30 pm

7th Workshop on Machine Learning in High Performance Environment

Using extreme scale systems for machine learning (ML) helps researchers and practitioners across numerous disciplines. But it comes with many challenges. This workshop discusses how to exploit data parallelism, model parallelism, ensembles and parameter search, and reviews applications that would benefit from HPC powered ML.

Monday, November 15, 9 am–5:30 pm

RSDHA: Redefining Scalability for Diversely Heterogeneous Architectures

HPC systems are redefining scalable computing. This workshop will enable researchers to exchange their expertise as they seek answers to core problems in this burgeoning field, such as how traditional HPC can adopt the architectural and programming approaches employed by diversely heterogeneous architectures.

Friday, November 19, 8:30 am–12 pm

Of course, there are 33 more to consider!

View the complete listing: SC21 Workshops

Anshu Dubey, SC21 Workshops Chair

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