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SCALE Program Expands Student Leadership at SC21 and Beyond

Students from around the world are involved in numerous leadership initiatives at SC21. Rocío Carratalá-Sáez of the University of Valladolid, Karlyn Harrod of the University of Notre Dame, and Anthony Cabrera of Oakridge National Laboratory discuss this year’s growing Student Committee Apprenticeship and Leadership Experience (SCALE) program. Christine Baissac-Hayden, SC21 Students@SC Communications Liaison Christine Baissac-Hayden

The HPC Act of 1991 Brings 30 Years of Ground-Breaking Innovations to NITRD SC21 Birds of a Feather Session & Invited Talk

Federal research and development (R&D) investment in emerging technologies is critical to promoting and protecting American innovation and international science and technology (S&T) leadership. The Networking and Information Technology R&D (NITRD) Program focuses its work on strategic R&D imperatives that lead to cutting-edge technologies and strengthens competitiveness. The NITRD Program was launched as the High-Performance

Science & Beyond Plenary Explores the Intersection of Ethics and HPC

Science and ethics have always been intertwined, as scientific practices must be unbiased and held to the highest standards of honesty and integrity. As we look at the many ways HPC expands beyond scientific and academic communities to inform other industries, addressing ethics in the development, application, and use of technology has never been more

SC21 TV Video Interview with SC21 Keynote Vint Cerf

Vint Cerf, Chief Internet Evangelist at Google and one of the fathers of the internet, says HPC is rapidly changing research in science, the humanities and beyond. Watch this preview of the topics he’ll discuss during the SC21 Keynote. Vint Cerf will deliver his address, “Computing and the Humanities,” on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at

There’s No Such Thing as ‘Live Data’

Thanks to the digitization of millions of documents including newspapers, books, and handwritten sources, Melissa Terras and the team at the Centre for Data, Culture and Society (CDCS) at the University of Edinburgh are bringing context to large-scale data processing and HPC. “Humanities looks at history to better understand the current issues facing our society,”

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