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Bringing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Into the Heart of SC21 Planning

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) has taken a central role in this year’s SC21 conference planning. There are nine dedicated sessions with a DEI element, and the DEI philosophy surrounds all of this year’s Students@SC and Student Cluster Competition events. In addition to these events, we will have a staffed Inclusivity office on-site in St.

SIGHPC CARES for Our Community

Many of us look forward to attending the SC Conference and other HPC-related conferences every year, knowing that we’ll get to interact with friends and colleagues, absorb new knowledge about our field, and share our own accomplishments with our peers. Unfortunately, not everyone has a great experience at these big events, whether because of plagiarism,

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

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

Meet Six Trailblazing Women in HPC

Women are severely underrepresented in the field of HPC. While they comprise about 51% of the general population, women account for only about 17% of the HPC workforce1. Those numbers are slowly improving, thanks to the contributions of numerous female engineers, scientists and researchers. In recognition of March as International Women’s History Month, we’re profiling

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