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SC20 Student Cluster Reproducibility Committee Chooses Benchmark Wisely

We are excited to announce that the SC20 Reproducibility Committee has selected the SC19 paper “MemXCT: Memory-Centric X-ray CT Reconstruction with Massive Parallelization”, by Mert Hidayetoğlu, Tekin Biçer, Simon Garcia de Gonzalo, Bin Ren, Doğa Gürsoy, Rajkumar Kettimuthu, Ian T. Foster, and Wen-mei W. Hwu, to serve as the Student Cluster Competition (SCC) benchmark for

Computing4Change Offers View of Student’s Own Character

While participating in a NASA DIRECT-STEM (Data Intensive Research and Education Center in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program offered at California State University, Los Angeles, Yesenia Trujillo, a math major at Cal State LA, was exposed to Python and learned some computing basics. At the end of the program, Trujillo, like the other participants,

DeFAUlt’s Challenging Return to the Student Cluster Competition

Sebastian Bönning, a member of the DeFAUlt team from Germany’s Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, recalls his team’s harrowing SC19 Student Cluster Competition experience. With a dead SSD drive and only one node left, the competition proved to be quite a challenge. Inspired by Sebastian’s story? Get your team together, as Student Cluster Competition applications close on

Three Questions with SC20 Exhibits Chair Jamie Van Randwyk

Jamie Van Randwyk, SC20 Exhibits Chair, shares some tips for navigating the amazing array of technologies, products, solutions, and services from cutting-edge innovators that will be on display in the SC Exhibit Hall in Atlanta.   Jamie Van RandwykSC20 Exhibit Chair     Describe the Exhibits experience at SC. Who is there, and what are

Why WINS Is an Ideal Opportunity for Women in IT Networking

The Women in IT Networking at SC program, better known as WINS, was created to remedy the vast gender gap in Information Technology, particularly in network engineering and high-performance computing. When the program started in 2015, 13.93% of SC professional volunteers were women. By 2017, the number climbed to 20.97%. This upward trend is clear,

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