Doctoral Showcase and Scientific Visualization Showcase Deadlines Extended to Friday, August 21
Showcase Your HPC Dissertation
Showcase Your HPC Dissertation! The Doctoral Showcase Program invites graduating Ph.D. students in high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis to present their dissertation research and engage in stimulating discussions with the SC community. This program provides a unique opportunity for you, the graduate students, to engage and get feedback from other students, senior researchers and future employers! Don't be afraid to show off your HPC talents!
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Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit Your Best Movies to the Scientific Visualization Showcase!
SC15’s Visualization and Data Analytics Showcase Program provides a forum for the year's most instrumental movies in HPC. Six finalists will compete for the Best Visualization Award, and each finalist will present his or her movie during a dedicated session at SC15 in a 15-minute presentation. Movies are judged based on how their movie illuminates science, by the quality of the movie, and for innovations in the process used for creating the movie.
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HPC Impact Showcase Deadline Extended to Tuesday, September 1
The HPC Impact Showcase submission deadline has been extended to Tuesday, September 1. We invite conference attendees from within the industry to share their stories of how HPC has transformed their endeavors and given them a competitive advantage. The Showcase will emphasize the tangible benefit of HPC in delivering innovations, which enable companies to succeed within their particular market-space. Read more about the HPC Impact Showcase!
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, September 1
Submission site: https://submissions.supercomputing.org
Questions? Email: HPC-Showcase@info.supercomputing.org
Call for Interest in SC Leadership Roles: Nominations Due Tuesday, September 8
The SC Steering Committee is seeking future leaders for the SC Conference Series. Nominations for two openings on the SC Steering Committee are open until September 8. Steering committee members serve for 4 years and attend 2-3 in-person meetings per year to discuss SC, as well as additional telecons as necessary to support the SC Conference Series. If you or someone you know is a leader in HPC and wants to help ensure that the SC Conference continues to be the most exciting conference about all things HPC, consider a nomination to the SC Steering Committee.
For information on how nominate someone, or yourself, visit http://sc15.supercomputing.org/call-interest-sc-leadership-roles.
Applications due: Tuesday, September 8
Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibitor Forum Submissions Open Until Monday, September 14
Each year, the Exhibitor Forum provides manufacturers, vendors and HPC service providers with a venue to deliver a technical presentation that is open to both Exhibit and Technical Program attendees. Last year's Exhibitor Forum covered a broad range of topics ranging from cutting-edge hardware to advanced software solutions to data management infrastructures. This year, the Exhibitor Forums will be sharing space and coordinating with the HPC Impact Showcase to provide a consistent attendee experience with a focus on how HPC can transform industry and society.
Due to space constraints this year, there will be less than half the number of slots as last year. Therefore, presentations will be awarded based on technical merit. Click here for more information.
Submissions due: Monday, September 14
Email Contact: email@example.com
Web Submissions: https://submissions.supercomputing.org/
Don't Forget to Book Your Hotel Room
More than 75% of our hotels rooms are filled! If you haven't already made your hotel reservations for November, now is the time. For more information, visit the SC15 Housing page.
Several SC15 Workshops Still Accepting Paper Submissions
Are you looking for a home for your research and still interested in presenting to the SC15 technical community? Most workshops affiliated with SC15 are still accepting paper submissions. Visit the SC15 Workshops page for the complete list and select a workshop to learn more about the scope of work, URL, and deadline (which range from mid-August to late-September).
Registering for SC15? Sign Up to Mentor a Student at the Same Time
When you register for SC15, consider signing up as a mentor to help students get the most out of the conference and make a difference in their careers. Protégés are from the Student Volunteers, HPC for Undergrads, Student Cluster Competition and Doctoral Showcase programs. Read about the program and about how Maria Ruiz met her mentor, Jim Ahrens, at SC14 and ended up working with him at Los Alamos National Laboratory this summer.
SC15 Registration is Now Open!
Registration for SC15 is now open! SC15 will be held November 15-20 in Austin, Texas.
This year’s registration offers several options for discounted rates, as well as an opportunity to participate in the Mentor-Protégé program. Here are some key points about SC15 registration:
- Register before October 15 and potentially save hundreds of dollars
- Double your savings by joining one of our sponsoring societies
- New "all workshops" rate lets you add all the workshops on November 15, 16, and 20 to your tech program registration for just $90 ($40 for students)
When registering, considering signing up for the Mentor-Protégé program organized by the Students@SC program. Mentors are especially needed to meet and talk with students at all levels. Sign-up by checking the appropriate box on the registration page. Read more about this program.
Click here for more information on registering for SC15.
Do you know you can save potentially hundreds of dollars with the special "member rates" available to members of one of the SC sponsors? If you're not already a member, here's the info for joining: