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Students@SC Embraces Virtual Format and Announces Student Programming at SC20

Students@SC is a platform for students to learn, connect, and grow professionally at the SC conference. The Students@SC cohorts (Student Volunteers, Student Cluster Competition, HPC Immersion, Computing4Change) will all be executed in a fully virtual manner. Students@SC will also be hosting a variety of additional events specifically targeting students! Students@SC Sessions Students@SC will host sessions

The Collegiate Spirit Among Contributors and Volunteers Alike Supports the Colossal High-Speed Networking Achievements of SCinet

Kevin Hayden, SC20 SCinet Chair Senior Network Engineer at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory What does it take to deliver a high-speed network for the SC Conference? A year of planning and tremendous support from a community of contributors. The SC Conference’s dedicated high-speed network, SCinet, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

Celebrating 30 Years of SCinet at SC20: Q&A with Former SCinet Chair Jackie Kern

Jackie Kern is a part-time consultant with the University of Illinois, providing leadership in data center assessment and support for the central infrastructure team after retiring from there in 2017. Jackie is a well-known leader in the SC community, with more than 20 years of experience as a volunteer. Her trajectory included being the first

Computing4Change Student Profiles: 2020 Edition (Part 2)

Although SC20 and Computing4Change have shifted to virtual mode, we still want to share profiles of the incredible students and mentors that will be participating in the C4C program. They hail from 10 states and US Territories, and have a wide range of diverse experiences and life goals. Zoe Banks is a sophomore studying Computer

Humans of SCinet: Q&A with SC20 Fiber Team Volunteer Annette Kitajima

Annette Kitajima, principle technologist at Sandia National Laboratories, is this year’s co-chair of the SCinet fiber team. Annette has been volunteering with SCinet for the past 15 years, and has led the fiber team for 11 of those years. Due to the virtual nature of SC20, we will not be building the cutting-edge SCinet infrastructure

SC20 Keynote: From Deep Thoughts to (Destination) Earth: Climate Science in the Age of Exascale with Dr. Bjorn Stevens

SC20 is pleased to announce that our Keynote speaker is Prof. Bjorn Stevens of the Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology. Prof. Stevens will discuss how exascale computing is impacting two opportunities that are changing the face of climate science. One arises from what exascale will enable; the other from what it will not. “Much like the Large

SC20 Invited Speakers Tackle Challenges for the Earth, Its Inhabitants, and Our Security Using “More Than HPC”

The Invited Talks for SC20 represent the breadth, depth and future outlook of technology and its societal and scientific impact. HPC has always played a critical role in advancing breakthroughs in weather and climate research. This year’s invited talks extend this further to data driven approaches, including biodiversity, geoscience, and quantum computing. Our speakers will

Five-Time Student Volunteer Angel Beltre Describes the Impact of the Program Over the Years

Angel Beltre, a doctoral student at Binghamton University, logged his fifth time as a Student Volunteer at SC19. He describes the impact that the SC Conference’s student volunteer programs have provided him throughout the years. Inspired by Angel’s story? Be sure to check out all the excellent opportunities for students at Students@SC. — Christine Baissac-HaydenSC20

SCinet Student Volunteer Rajani Pingili Gains Impactful Hands-On Experience

Rajani Pingili, a doctoral student from Western Michigan University, was a first-time SCinet Student Volunteer at SC19. She describes the experience as an “impactful hands-on opportunity” that the SCinet volunteers shared with the students. Inspired by Rajani’s story? Be sure to check out all the excellent opportunities for students at Students@SC. — Christine Baissac-HaydenSC20 Students@SC

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