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The Future of HPC Needs You

Participate in Mentor–Protégé Matching Mentor–Protégé Matching supports the growth of a vibrant HPC community by connecting students with experienced mentors. Students – this is your chance to speak one-on-one with an HPC professional. Gain valuable insights on your career path and guidance in a relaxed setting! Why Become a Mentor The Mentor–Protégé program provides the

Apply for the New Students@SC Data Science Competition

Who Should Apply The Data Science Competition is open to students meeting the following criteria: Undergraduates and first-year graduate students of any major and/or discipline Students who have an interest in solving important problems using data Teams of 4-5 students (apply solo, or as a team) Students local to the St. Louis area are encouraged

IndySCC Is a New Cloud-Based Cluster Competition Within Students@SC

In addition to SC’s established Student Cluster Competition (SCC), Students@SC is organizing IndySCC. This cloud-based competition is designed to help teams that were not selected forSCC increase their level of preparedness and enable them to surmount the high entry barrier to HPC competitions in the future. IndySCC originated in response to the increasing number of

Using Modern HPC to Engineer a Medieval Universe

In the early 13th century Robert Grosseteste composed De luce, his treatise on light, a work which arguably holds the spark of an idea that would, 796 years later, turn into the Big Bang Theory. Using techniques that were revolutionary for his time, Robert Grosseteste pulled together research to describe what he believed to be

SC21 Technical Program Chair Mary Hall Gives an Overview of This Year’s Program

The SC21 Technical Program Chair, Mary Hall of the University of Utah, says AI and Machine Learning are having a profound impact on science, research and everyday life. In this SC21 TV interview, she shares how the breadth of this year’s Technical Program also addresses reproducible science with a new badge-earning approach. Hall also says

SC21 Workshop Preview: 7th Annual Computational Approaches for Cancer (CAFCW)

How could HPC unlock the potential of digital twins to revolutionize cancer research and treatment? That’s just one of the topics that will be explored in St. Louis. Director Eric Stahlberg of Biomedical Infomatics at the Frederick National Laboratory previews this year’s workshop. CAFCW21: Computational Approaches for Cancer Workshop 2021 Sunday, November 14, 9 am–5:30

SC21 Workshop Preview: Redefining Scalability for Diversely Heterogeneous Architectures (RSDHA)

Diverse devices and the data they generate create unique challenges for HPC Scalability. Mehmet Belviranli, Associate Professor, Colorado School of Mines, previews his St. Louis workshop and speaks to how thousands of IOT devices and smartphones are complicating an already complex environment. RSDHA: Redefining Scalability for Diversely Heterogeneous Architectures Friday, November 19, 8:30 am–12 pm

Organizers of WHPC@SC21 Preview the Eleventh International Workshop

SC21 invites you to attend Women in HPC: Diversifying the HPC Community and Engaging with Male Allies, a workshop featuring Marium Umar of Intel and Jo Adegloba from AWS. In this SC21 TV interview they preview the St. Louis workshop, thank their mentors, and explain how anyone can instantly improve their work/life balance. Women in

Kicking Off SC21 TV with an Interview on Inclusivity, the Humanities, and HPC

SC21 is committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion as discussed in our first SC21 TV interview with Cristin Merritt, a program manager for Alces Flight Lt. at Oxford in Great Britain. She also highlights how HPC and the humanities in the UK are making literature, music, and design more accessible. Merritt is volunteering as Inclusivity

From Digital Humanities to Music – HPC Finds Its Footing in Wide-Ranging Disciplines

The Scope and Impact of Supercomputing Seemingly Has No Boundaries One is in the field of digital humanities, an emerging area of study that amplifies and extends humanities research through the use of such advanced information technologies as technology, media and computational methods. An academic who is striving to elevate the use of HPC within

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