SCinet happens thanks to individual volunteers giving their time, and HPC-related companies or institutions contributing materials and services. Interested in participating in SCinet? Here’s how to get involved on a volunteer or contributor basis. Review the opportunities below.
SCinet StagingOct 27–Nov 2, 2024
SCinet SetupNovember 10–16, 2024
SCinet Live OperationsNovember 12–17, 2024
SCinet TeardownNovember 17, 2024
During the week of SC, SCinet becomes the most powerful and advanced network on Earth.
As a volunteer, you’ll join more than 180 professionals from around the globe working together to design, deliver, install, and operate SCinet at SC. Our team members come from educational institutions, government agencies, high performance computing sites, research and education networks, equipment vendors, and telecommunications carriers
Learn more about the SCinet teams that collaborate behind the scenes to build and operate the network.
The Student Volunteers program offers opportunities for students interested in the nuts and bolts of networking.
Women in IT Networking at SC (WINS) seeks qualified female U.S. candidates to join the SCinet workforce.
As a SCinet contributor, your organization participates by donating equipment, software, or services needed to build and support the network each year for the conference.
We invite new and returning contributors to participate in SCinet. The network design for SCinet begins taking shape in March and is finalized in July.
Contributors can support SCinet in several ways:
In recognition of the critical role contributors play in planning and operating SCinet, the SCinet Contributor Program aims to secure and strengthen partnerships with industry and nonprofit organizations. The program also strives to increase the visibility of contributors who support the innovative and cutting-edge technologies displayed each year at SC.
Additional benefits (depending on contribution level*):
*Contribution levels and associated benefits are based on the value of equipment, software, services, and donated time provided in support of SCinet and the SC Conference.
Immensely powerful, insanely fast, connecting the SC community to the world.