Aaron Weeden is a parallel computing mentor at the Shodor Education Foundation, Inc. His research interests are in the areas of computational science education and parallel and distributed computing education, especially at the undergraduate and pre-college levels. He has a Bachelors of Arts in Computer Science from Earlham College. Aaron coordinates the undergraduate EMPOWER program for the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE). He also mentors local North Carolina high school and undergraduate students in computational science education projects. Aaron is a member of the Education Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on High Performance Computing.
Education, Training and Outreach
HPC Training and Education