DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: AUGUST 5, 2022 – Anywhere on Earth
A cornerstone of our workshop is inviting submissions from women to present on their work in HPC as a short lightning talk to our attendees. For those who are chosen to present, there will be the opportunity to meet with leaders and employers from across the HPC community at this workshop, giving you an opportunity to discuss your work with them.
Submissions for talks are invited as extended abstracts (up to 2 pages) in any area that utilizes High Performance Computing. Successful authors will be asked to provide a version of their work highlighting its goals, accomplishments and impact to present on no more than three slides. Authors are also expected to give a short lightning talk (3 minutes) at the workshop itself.
We are encouraging women who consider themselves to be ‘early career’ (i.e. still studying or within five years of graduation or transition into the field) to participate, however this opportunity is open to help everyone who feels they may benefit from presenting their work, irrespective of career stage. As HPC is a large community which encompasses many different roles, we welcome both technical and non-technical contributors to submit about their work in order to broaden the knowledge of all those to attend our workshop.
BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING:
- Networking: build your HPC network, meet peers and potential employers.
- Advice and mentoring: Receive expert advice and mentorship to help prepare for your presentation, including slides, how to structure a lightning talk for effective communication and how to make the most of the networking time afterwards.
ABOUT THE SUBMISSIONS
Submissions are invited on all topics relating to HPC from users and developers. All abstracts should emphasize the impact of the work such as the problem you are seeking to solve, the community benefits from investigating this work with or alongside of HPC, the computational resources and/or facilities used, any challenges noted and/or overcome, as well as any other challenges you wish to highlight.
Submission details are as follows:
- Author/presenter information (For all authors):
- first and last name;
- current institution(s);
- short biography (max 250 words);
- country; and
- photograph for website publicity.
- Lightning talk information
- Abstract (no more than 2 pages).
- Extended Abstract
- Short extended abstract (up to 150 words)
Our successful applicants will have the opportunity to share your work with the workshop audience in a brief lightning talk. This will be followed by the coffee break where attendees will have the opportunity to discuss your work with you directly. Our speakers will also have the opportunity to work with a mentor to help polish their presentation.
There are three key areas we would like you to highlight in your lightning talk. These are:
- objectives of the work being discussed;
- accomplishments so far;
- goals of the work.
You will be asked to send us your slides in advance of the workshop. Details to be made available on that process soon.
READY TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT?
Please login to the SC Submissions site to commence your application.*
- Select tab ‘Make a New Submission’
- Search in the right column titled: ‘Workshops’
- Scroll down or search for the submission site titled: ‘Women in HPC.’
- Enter your abstract details and submit!
Have any questions for us? Please contact email@example.com.
Good luck and we hope to see you presenting in Dallas this November!
* Supercomputing (SC) submissions require an account in order to place your abstract in for consideration. Once you create an account you can utilise this for any abstracts you wish to submit to this or any future Supercomputing (SC) conference.