Mentoring: Maximize Your Impact
Sally Ellingson, Sarvani Chadalapaka, Jay Lofstead, and Julian Kunkel
Wednesday, November 6 at 12:00 PM ET.
Mentoring has the potential for great impact, and can play a key role in building community and bringing new researchers to HPC. However, sometimes getting involved in mentoring can be intimidating, and it can be difficult to find best practices for mentoring in HPC. In this webinar, “Mentoring: Maximize Your Impact”, four panelists with extensive mentoring experience will share their perspectives on effective mentoring, their own experiences, and tips on how to organize your mentoring program, followed by discussion and Q&A. Join us on November 6th at noon EST/5 pm GMT for an exciting discussion!
Sally Ellingson is a computational scientist working in biology and high-performance computing. She is involved in many outreach activities including the Students@SC program at Supercomputing and the Broader Engagement program at the SIAM Computational Science and Engineering meeting.
Sarvani Chadalapaka is the HPC Administrator with the Office of Information Technology at the University of California, Merced and WHPC’s Mentoring Programme Director. In her current role at UC Merced since 2016, she enables researchers affiliated with UC Merced to use campus-wide and regional HPC resources, as well as managing the hardware and software of the campus cluster called the MERCED Cluster.
Jay Lofstead is a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Labs working on storage, io, workflows, system software, research software engineering, and reproducibility. He works extensively with student programs and diversity efforts at multiple conferences each year.
Julian Kunkel is a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Reading. The University provides an academic mentoring program for students to support them throughout their career stages. He has supervised various students during their BSc and MSc thesis and is a member of the ISC HPC travel grant committee.