If you are attending SC16 in Salt Lake City, you will find a number of workshops, Birds of a Feather (BOF), and technical sessions relating to workforce, education, and training topics. We have assembled a list of those sessions as a guide to those who are interested in those topics. Of course we especially would like you to attend our chapter BOF on Tuesday November 15th at 12:15 PM where we will lead a discussion about the education and training issues important to you, and ask for your feedback in shaping future chapter activities. Continue reading “Workforce, Education, and Training at SC16”
We Need to Talk—About Software
By David E. Bernholdt, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, for the IDEAS Productivity Project
In high-performance computing (HPC) we talk a lot about hardware. In computational science and engineering (CSE), we talk a lot about the scientific discoveries and results. But the software that allows us to get those results? Not so much. Continue reading “We Need to Talk—About Software”
Submissions wanted for the SIGHPC Education Resources Clearinghouse!
As a service to the HPC community and in an effort to help with dissemination of high quality educational materials, SIGHPC Education Chapter has established a clearinghouse of links at:
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Building an HPC Knowledgeable Workforce
The SIGHPC Education chapter welcomes you to our blog and discussion area.
Working to Create a Knowledgeable Workforce
The SIGHPC education chapter is seeking to build a community of educators and professionals that recognize the need for a workforce with skills in modeling and simulation, data analysis, and visualization to address pressing problems in science, engineering, social sciences, and humanities. Continue reading “Working to Create a Knowledgeable Workforce”