[ugrads] Fwd: [AWM Student Chapters] Fwd: Students at SC Opportunities - Connection from SIAM CSE

Despina Stasi stasdes at iit.edu
Sun Mar 10 22:11:45 CDT 2019


Dear all,

Please see below for a supercomputing program and conference in Denver, Co.

Best regards,

Despina Stasi, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Statistics and Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics
Illinois Institute of Technology

Office: John T. Rettaliata Engineering Center, Room 118b

Office Tel: 312-567-8933

Email: despina.stasi at iit.edu
mypages.iit.edu/~stasdes


---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Karoline Pershell <karoline at awm-math.org>
Date: Sun, Mar 10, 2019, 12:41 PM
Subject: [AWM Student Chapters] Fwd: Students at SC Opportunities - Connection
from SIAM CSE
To: <sc-officers at awm-math.org>, <sc-advisors at awm-math.org>


FYI

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From: Harvey, Christine E <ceharvey at mitre.org>
Date: Sat, Mar 9, 2019 at 7:17 PM
Subject: Students at SC Opportunities - Connection from SIAM CSE
To: karoline at awm-math.org <karoline at awm-math.org>

Please share this information on the Students at SC program at the SC
Conference with the AWM student network. The conference focuses on high
performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis.  Thank you so
much for your time and please let me know if you have any questions.



Best Regards,



*Christine E. Harvey *

The MITRE Corporation

Lead High Performance & Analytic Computing Engineer

R701 – ETC Infrastructure Services

ceharvey at mitre.org

Office: 703-983-3387

Cell: 703-447-2974





*Are you an undergraduate or graduate student?*

*Are you intrigued by the use of advanced computing capabilities to solve
the world’s most challenging scientific, engineering, and data challenges?*

*Are you interested in participating in the world’s premier conference for
high-performance computing (aka scientific computing or computational
sciences)?*

The Students at SC program will offer ~250 *domestic* and *international*
students the opportunity to participate in student-oriented as well as
standard conference activities at the SC19 conference in  Denver, Colorado
in November 2019. These activities include professional development
workshops; technical talks, tutorials and panels by famous researchers and
industry leaders; exploring the exhibits; and developing lasting peer
connections.

Program opportunities are available for *graduate* and *undergraduate*
students and certain programs provide travel funding and support through
the conference.

Applications open in February 2019 to participate in the *Student
Volunteers Program*, *Student Cluster Competition*, *Computing for Change
Competition*, *ACM Student Research Competition*, and the *Doctoral
Showcase Programs*. We especially welcome applicants from underrepresented
groups including women, racial minorities, and persons with disabilities.


See attached flyer or website for details:
https://sc19.supercomputing.org/program/studentssc/






-- 
Karoline Pershell, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Association for Women in Mathematics

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way.' " ― Rear Admiral Grace Hopper*


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