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Here we’ll keep you up to date with the latest news and perspectives on topics related to SC and the upcoming conference throughout the year. Check out the tags to explore more posts on the subjects that interest you.

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

Students@SC Chair Jay Lofstead on the Value of Participating in SC as a Student

Students@SC Chair Jay Lofstead and Computing4Change Liaison Dawn Hunter share programs available to students at SC21, as well as the long term objective of fostering students through their HPC journey – which could eventually lead to the position as General Chair for the SC conference. For SC21, students will be able to chose to participate

SC21 Student Cluster Reproducibility Challenge Committee Converges on a Benchmark

We are excited to announce that the SC21 Reproducibility Challenge Committee has selected the SC20 paper “A parallel framework for constraint-based Bayesian network learning via Markov blanket discovery” by Ankit Srivastava, Sriram P Chockalingam, and Srinivas Aluru to serve as the Student Cluster Competition (SCC) benchmark for this year’s Reproducibility Challenge. A team of reviewers

Students@SC Mentoring Program a Win-Win for Professionals and Students

The mentoring program, part of Students@SC, is being led by Scott Pakin this year! Students can expect to meet, mingle and learn from professionals with industry and academia backgrounds. These opportunities are priceless both for professionals and students. Professionals can sign up and meet future collaborators, or guide students to fill a void within their

Q&A with HPC Immersion Chairs Erika Parsons and Matthew Fuentes

Erika Parsons, PhD University of Washington-Bothell, HPC Immersion Chair Dr. Parsons received her PhD in Computer Science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, working with the Innovative Computing Laboratory. She worked as an SDET for the Developer Division (.NET Framework) at Microsoft. Parsons rediscovered her passion for academic work and became a faculty member at

SCC and VSCC Illuminated by Members of Winning Team Tsinghua

Members from Team Tsinghua, winners of the SC19 Student Cluster Competition (SCC) and SC20 Virtual Student Cluster Competition (VSCC), share the ins and outs of a winning team. The SC21 Student Cluster Competition will provide both an in-person and remote challenge. This year the challenge will include science applications, power limitation(s) and more. Gather six

Volunteer, Learn, and Network as a Student Voluteer

Three past SC student volunteers, Jean Luca Bez, Tyler Allen, and Amal Gueroudji, share a glimpse of their past Students@SC volunteer experience. SC21 promises to provide selected students with valuable experiences and more than just “a foot in the door” to the HPC community. Student volunteers will have the opportunity to build their professional network,

Lead Student Volunteer Applications Close February 15

We have exciting news! The Lead Student Volunteer program is renaming itself “SCALE” (Students, Committee, Apprenticeship, Leadership, Experience) to more effectively reflect the valuable experience this opportunity represents. Aroua Gharbi, a PhD candidate at Georgia Institute of Technology from Tunisia, shares her experience starting as a student volunteer at SC17 to becoming an SC21 committee

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