Co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and Students@SC, this exciting event is designed specifically for students who are interested in pursuing a career in high performance computing. Its main goal is to connect students with mentors from academia, industry, and national labs, who will provide them with valuable insights and advice on career paths in the respective fields.
Speed Mentoring Event ScheduleTBD
Student Networking and Mentoring ChairBill Chen, Meta, University of California Santa Cruz
Speed Mentoring ChairTBD
The event is completely free for student attendees. Additionally, the event offers an excellent networking opportunity for attendees, who will have the chance to meet and connect with other students who share their interests.
During this 90-minute event, students participate in a series of mentorship activities where they have the opportunity to learn from a variety of different mentors. The sessions are highly interactive, and students will be encouraged to ask questions and engage with the mentors. Timed discussions rotate every 10-15 minutes, and lunch will be provided.
By the end of the event, students will have gained valuable insights and knowledge about career opportunities in high performance computing, as well as access to useful resources to progress in their careers. This event offers an excellent opportunity for students to connect with HPC experts, build their network, and gain a better understanding of their career paths in high performance computing.
All student participants must RSVP to reserve a seat. Alternatively, students may respond to the invitation sent by IEEE-CS prior to the event.
(RSVP Available Summer 2024)
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