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VA-WHPC: Career Paths in HPC

On Tuesday, April 16, 2024, join us at 1pm as we delve into exciting career paths within this cutting-edge field. Be prepared to be inspired as three exceptional speakers share their unique backgrounds and experiences. Learn how your skills and passions can drive you toward a fulfilling career at the forefront of technological advancement. Don't miss this chance…

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VA-WHPC: Student Lightning Talks

On Oct 31, 2023, VA-WHPC will be hosting 10-12 students as they give lightning talks on their research to members of the HPC community from across Virginia. Interested in giving a lightning talk? You’ll get 3 minutes and 1-2 slides to tell us all about your research. Don’t miss this chance to practice your presentation skills and share your research with a…

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See you at SC22!

Are you curious about the Virginia Women in HPC program?  Meet us at SC22, the international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis. Where? Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas 650 S. Griffin St., Dallas, TX, 75202 Featured Presentations Nov 15, 3:00-3:30pm, Booth 1235 Reaching out to the Hidden Figures in Computing Presenter: Gladys…

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Inspiring Diversity and Inclusion

On August 10, the VA-WHPC members came together for their 4th community meeting. Panelists Jackie Milhans (North Western University), Lara Timm (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) and Rachel Spraker (University of Virginia) shared their personal experience as HPC professionals and advocates for diversity, equity and inclusion. They provided insights into challenges to being a…

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High-performance Computing Resources in the Commonwealth of Virginia

During this Spring's VA WHPC event, Jayshree Sarma (GMU), Matthew Brown (VT), Jacalyn Huband (UVA), Eric Walter (W&M), Carol Parish (U. Richmond), and Mike Davis (VCU) led a lively panel discussion of the high-performance computing infrastructure and support resources available to researchers in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The panelists provided an overview of the user base at their…

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