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WHPC joins ISC24 in Collaboration Partnership

Women in HPC (WHPC) joins ISC24 in Collaboration Partnership The Executive Board and Volunteers of WHPC are excited to announce our collaboration with the ISC24 team in a partnership aimed at fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in High-Performance Computing (HPC), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML). Together with the ISC24 team, we aspire to…

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Enrichment scheme reflections – The Alan Turing Institute

Reflecting on my time as an Enrichment student at the Alan Turing Institute. Seeking a pathway into HPC?  Thanks to the Alan Turing Institute’s Enrichment Scheme, a new door may have opened for you.  Enrichment schemes invite new people and ideas into our field, with the Alan Turing Institute just launching applications for interested PhDs…

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Women in HPC – UK Chapters – CIUK 2023

Women in HPC – UK Chapters – Return to Host Breakfast at CIUK 2023 Join us for the 2nd Annual Women in HPC UK Chapters Breakfast at CIUK 2023! We invite all members, friends, and allies to Manchester Central on December 8th, from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM, for a delightful morning of networking and…

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SC’23 Speaker Profile: Brendan (boof) Bouffler

In conversation with Brendan (boof) Bouffler, Head of Developer Relations at AWS Engineering Special thanks to our WHPC Communications volunteer, Nandhana, for bringing these interviews together. We are delighted to present a short series of interviews with some of our SC’23 Workshop Speakers, continuing with Brendan (boof) Bouffler. boof will be presenting, “Surviving and thriving as…

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SC’23 Speaker Profile: Elisabeth Ortega

In conversation with Elisabeth Ortega, HPC Specialist at Do IT Now Special thanks to our WHPC Communications volunteer, Nandhana, for bringing these interviews together. We are delighted to present a short series of interviews with some of our SC’23 Workshop Speakers, continuing with Elisabeth Ortega. Elisabeth will be presenting, “Our success case of full remote…

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SC’23 Speaker Profile: Annie Ma-Weaver

In conversation with Annie Ma-Weaver, Group PM for HPC at Google Special thanks to our WHPC Communications volunteer, Nandhana, for bringing these interviews together.  We are delighted to present a short series of interviews with some of our SC’23 Workshop Speakers, starting with Annie Ma-Weaver.  Annie will be co-presenting with Bill Magro on, “Fostering Diversity,…

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Growing your career with professional support

Growing your career with professional support Guest post from AJ Lauer, EdD, owner of Thriving Ibis Leadership Solutions You’ve likely heard that you “should have a mentor” or that being a mentor is good for your career, but what does that mean? And is mentoring the right thing? Today I’ll cover three different kinds of…

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2023 HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards – Voting Open!

2023 HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards – Voting Open! Women is HPC is proud to highlight the 2023 nominees for Workforce Diversity & Inclusion Leadership and Outstanding Leadership in HPC. 2023 Readers’ Choice Awards are now open for voting. We are excited that this awards ceremony recognises the most outstanding individuals, organisations, products, and technologies in…

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Funding opportunities for SC23 Denver

Looking for funding to attend SC23 in Denver?  Here’s two possible opportunities! It’s well-known that attending conferences, especially premier events in the field of supercomputing, can benefit your work and network.  However, while securing permission to attend might be relatively easy, securing funding to attend can sometimes be much more difficult.  Being able to meet…

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Pawsey takes action on gender equity

How the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre is taking action on gender equity. Executive Director (and Women in HPC Australia and New Zealand member!) Mark Stickells of the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre noticed in 2018 that there were more men named Mark working at the centre then there were women in the whole of Pawsey –…

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Computing for the Common Good – WHPC at PEARC23

Computing for the Common Good – Women in HPC at PEARC23 – Portland, Oregon WHPC chapter members participated in an informal mentor-mentee activity at the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation reception on July 24 at the PEARC23 conference in Portland, Oregon.  This year the CASC team was excited to host an informal session focused on…

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SC23 Workshop – Early Career Closing Travel Fellowships

SC23 – Early Career Speaking Opportunities Closing Soon…  Travel Fellowships Announced! The finale of submissions to the SC23 (Supercomputing) Conference series taking place in Denver, CO, USA this November is coming soon.  Included in the mix is a fantastic speaking opportunity for those early in their HPC careers.  Taking place at the Women in HPC…

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