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HPC Speeds Up Computational Biology and Drug Design

Computational biology is using HPC to rapidly design and develop ways to treat cancer and COVID. Researcher Felice Lightstone of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory discusses ATOM, Accelerated Therapeutic Opportunities in Medicine, in this edition of SC21 TV. She also talks of her support for women and girls in HPC. Rich Finlinson, SC21 TV Producer

Students@SC Inaugurate New Data Science Competition at SC21

The August 31 deadline for student applications for the new Data Science Competition is just days away. Student@SC Chair Jay Lofstead, of Sandia National Laboratories, and Data Science Competition Chair Kristen Brown, of Intuitive Surgical, discuss the South African origin of the program, why it benefits undergraduate and first year graduate students, and how to

Relationships Matter: Get Involved in Mentor–Protégé Matching

Mentor–Protégé Matching, now in its thirteenth year, matches students and those early in their careers with experienced professionals and includes both in-person and virtual opportunities. This SC21 TV interview features SC21 Mentor–Protégé Matching Chair Mike Lam from James Madison University, Professor Jon Calhoun from Clemson University and student volunteer Levi Brown from the University of

Get a Glimpse of Workshops at SC21

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

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

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