[hpc-announce] Reminder: EduHPC submission deadline approaching

Alan Sussman als at cs.umd.edu
Sat Jul 31 14:38:04 CDT 2021

*Reminder: August 15 Submission Deadline Approaching.*

*The 9th Workshop on Education for High-Performance Computing 
(EduHPC-21), will be held in conjunction with SC21: The International 
Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and 
Analysis. *

America’s Center
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Co-located with SC21
November 14, 2021
9:00am-5:30pm CST

EduHPC-21 Keynote Speakers:

  * *Alexandra “Sandy” Landsberg*, MCIS Division Director, ONR
  * *Paul Tymann*, DUE Program Director, NSF

We accept submissions for three categories: Full papers (6-8 pages), 
Lightning Talks (2-page abstract) and Peachy Parallel Assignments (1-2 
page abstract). Please see the topics list below, andthe workshop site 
additional details.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

·Pedagogical issues in incorporating HPC and/or PDC in undergraduate and 
graduate education, especially in core courses but also in domain courses.

·Novel ways of teaching HPC and PDC topics.

·Aspects of teaching HPC/PDC related to Data Science, including early 
experience with DS degree programs.

·Educational approaches to teaching HPC/PDC that provide evidence of 
best practices.

·Experience reports on incorporating HPC and/or PDC topics into core 
CS/CE/DS courses Pedagogical tools, environments, infrastructures, and 
similar projects for HPC/PDC.

·Education resources based on HPC/PDC programming languages and 
environments such as Chapel, Cilk, CUDA, Hadoop, Haskell, MPI, oneAPI, 
OpenACC, OpenCL, OpenMP, Python, and Spark.

·Employers' expectations and experiences with new graduates’ HPC/PDC 

·Models of HPC/PDC education especially suitable for workforce development.

·Projects, modules, or units that introduce students to concepts 
relevant to Internet of Things, edge computing, sensor networks, and/or 
other distributed computing topics.

·Issues and experiences seeking to broaden the participation of 
underrepresented groups, including efforts to address the gender gap in 

·Experience reports on using distance-learning technologies to teach 
HPC/PDC remotely.

Paper Submission deadline:* August 15*

Lightning Talk submission deadline: *August 15*

Peachy Assignment submission deadline: *August 15*

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