Feb. 13, 2020 — The 12th international Women in HPC workshop will be held at ISC20, Frankfurt, Germany, on June 25. The workshop aims to provide HPC community leaders and managers with ways to improve the inclusion and retention strategies of their diverse teams. The workshop also aims to give networking opportunities to early-career women in HPC.
- Being part of the solution: instructions for advocates and allies
- Putting in place a framework to help women grow their careers
- Explore pathways to leadership positions
The workshop also includes short talks on topics including:
- Sponsorship versus mentorship
- The case for reverse mentorship to achieve diversity
- Addressing toxic behavior at work
- Career advancement strategies
- Three-minute networking solution
Call for Posters, Lighting Talk
As part of the workshop, submissions from women to present their HPC work to the HPC community as a poster and lightning talk are highly encouraged. The submission deadline for the posters is March 2, 2020.
A mentor will be provided once a submission is made to aid with the preparation of their poster and lightning talk before the workshop. Short abstracts dealing with HPC (no more than 300 words) should be submitted. Selected authors will need to provide a copy-ready electronic version of their poster by May 1, 2020, for publication on the workshop website.
Early career women are strongly encouraged to apply, but the opportunity is open to everyone.
For more information and details on how to submit the posters, visit: https://womeninhpc.org/events/isc-2020/workshop
About Women in HPC
Women in high performance computing (WHPC) was created with the vision to encourage women to participate in the HPC community by providing fellowship, education, and support to women and the organizations that employ them. Through collaboration and networking, WHPC strives to bring together women in HPC and technical computing while encouraging women to engage in outreach activities and improve the visibility of inspirational role models. WHPCis stewarded by EPCC at the university of Edinburgh.
Source: Women in HPC