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Welcome to the August 2016 Women in HPC Newsletter

We can't believe that it is now just over a month since ISC: the summer is nearly over and WHPC's planning for our Autumn events is now WHPC's main focus!
There are still a few days left to register for EuroMPI 2016: the first conference to actively work with Women in HPC to broaden participation and understand the associated challenges women face. If you want to find out more about what EuroMPI 2016 has to offer, check out this article.

Careers in HPC

There is still time to register for our next WHPC event: join us to learn about creating impact from your work and how to develop your career in scientific software engineering. Finish the evening by meeting leading global experts from the MPI community over dinner. Register now

Register Now for WHPC@SC16 

Registration is now open for SC16 and we hope you will join us at the Women in HPC workshop on Sunday, 13th November in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

The fifth international WHPC workshop will focus on two themes:

  • How to diversify your workforce: evidence-based methods to improve diversity, encourage participation, and improve staff retention in the community.
  • Early career: how to create impact in your career, find opportunities and develop the skills you need to thrive in HPC.
Registration is via the Supercomputing 2016 conference. To attend you need to register for a workshop pass. 

Click here for full details about the workshop.

Information on our other events at SC16 will be available soon.

Fortran Modernisation Workshop

25-28 October 2016, STFC Daresbury Laboratory, UK


This two-day computational science-centric workshop is aimed at Fortran programmers who want to write modern and efficient code. The workshop will help you modernise existing codes, to make them more readable and maintainable by encouraging good software engineering practices. This practical hands-on workshop will cover tools and libraries that are commonly used in computational science and engineering. Click on the link below for further details and registration:
https://eventbooking.stfc.ac.uk/news-events/fortran-modernisation-workshop

Careers in HPC: An Evening With Interesting People

25 September 2016, 3.30pm-9pm
St Leonards Hall, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

There are a few spaces left to register for Women in HPC's next event, run by our UK chapter at the University of Edinburgh and held in collaboration with EuroMPI 2016. Join us to learn about creating impact from your work and how to develop your career in scientific software engineering and HPC. Finish the evening by meeting leading experts from the MPI and HPC community from around the world over dinner. Hear from our Keynote Speaker Kathryn Mohror about her work at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and our Keynote Sponsor Intel about why improving diversity, inclusivity, and careers for all in HPC and software engineering is a priority at Intel.

Find out more and register here.

Just the Facts

To find out more about Women in High Performance Computing check out our website: www.womeninhpc.org

You can keep in touch with WHPC between newsletters by visiting us on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook.

If you have any suggestions, comments, or items you would like to include in future newsletters please  contact us at info@womeninhpc.org. We are particularly interested in hearing from event organisers or programmes that are looking to recruit women and would like to have their information shared in the Opportunities section of our newsletter.

Previous WHPC newsletters are available on our website here.

 

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