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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

Global Lineup Will Compete at SC’s First Virtual Student Cluster Competition

Like many events this year, the SC20 Student Cluster Competition has shifted to a virtual competition. While the pandemic forced the change, it did not curb the enthusiasm surrounding this popular event. For this virtual SCC, or “VSCC,” 17 teams from around the world will compete in a novel setting. “This year’s Student Cluster Competition

Manuel Burger of ETH Zürich and His Student Cluster Competition Team of First-Timers Prevail

Torsten Hoefler, a computer science professor at ETH Zürich, presented an opportunity to participate in a Student Cluster Competition (SCC) to his class. Lukas Kapp-Schwoerer, a computer science student and teaching assistant at ETH Zürich, was enthusiastic about the opportunity. He and Manuel Burger, a student in his last Bachelor’s degree year majoring in computer

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

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

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