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Women in HPC to host ISC’22 Re-Cap Webinar

Women in HPC to host ISC’22 Re-Cap Webinar on July 12th Following on from our successful return to in-person events at ISC’22, Women in HPC (WHPC) will be hosting a one-hour webinar with speakers from our June 2nd workshop in Hamburg, Germany.  Thanks to the positive response from attendees and those who followed along via…

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WHPC ISC 22 Workshop Attendees

WHPC heads to ISC22

WHPC returns to international in-person events at ISC22 in Hamburg, Germany Members, allies and friends gathered together for the 13th Annual WHPC Workshop at ISC, as well as celebrated Early Career Research in HPC and the return of Diversity Day. Sorry to interrupt this blog but we have great news!  We’re hosting a webinar covering…

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WHPC Mentorship: Valery Herrington

“Women, now more than ever, are essential drivers of advanced civilizations and economies. Women should also have a role contributing to the future of HPC.”     Our new series showcases the WHPC Mentorship program mentors. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths they followed into the field—other women will…

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WHPC Mentorship: Jay Lofstead

“HPC is changing the world. Only through diverse opinions and perspectives can we ensure it changes the world for the better”     Our new series showcases the WHPC Mentorship program mentors. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths they followed into the field—other women will feel inspired to envision…

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Member highlight: Sakshi Mishra

This researcher blends electrical engineering with AI to solve climate change problems     Guest post by: Alisa Alering, Science Node First published on Science Node on 28th April 2020   Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths…

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Member highlight: Melyssa Fratkin

From computer summer camp to showing the community why HPC matters.   Guest post by: Alisa Alering, Science Node First published on Science Node on 15th October 2019   Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths they followed…

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Member highlight: Christine Harvey

Building a career in HPC is impossible to do alone   Guest post by: Alisa Alering, Science Node First published on Science Node on 18th February 2020   Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths they followed into…

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Member highlight:Carol Song

From expectations of becoming a farmer to the ground floor of US supercomputing   Guest post by: Alisa Alering, Science Node First published on Science Node on 21st January 2020   Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths…

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Member highlight: Misbah Mubarak

Give your best to what you do, but try not to get lost into perfectionism.   Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths they followed into the field—other women will feel inspired to envision themselves in similar roles.…

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Member highlight: Rebecca Hartman-Baker

I’ve always loved math, computers, and science, and HPC is right at the intersection of these three fields!   Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths they followed into the field—other women will feel inspired to envision themselves…

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Member highlight: Jesmin Jahan Tithi

HPC is Fun, it’s the game of making slow things fast in a scalable and resilient way. When you find this fun, you will become a part of this HPC family!   Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique…

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diversity in high performance computing

Member highlight: Marie-Christine Sawley

The future HPC leader decided at age 8 that she wanted to be an engineer   Guest post by: Alisa Alering, Science Node First published on Science Node on 12th November 2019   Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes…

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