Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education

Supercomputing Conference Seeks Faculty Participation

Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education

Supercomputing Conference Seeks Faculty Participation

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BALTIMORE

An upcoming supercomputing conference in Baltimore is seeking the participation of teams of undergraduate faculty and K-12 teachers to spend four days in hands-on workshops learning about high-performance computing and communications tools and resources appropriate for their classroom.

Entitled this year as SC2002, the annual conference features high-performance computing and communications demonstrations and discussions. The event allows leading scientists, engineers, technologists and educators to display and learn about the latest research, education and developments in high -performance computing and communications technologies. K-12 teachers and undergraduate faculty members participate in the SC2002 Education Program.

The SC2002 Education Program runs from Nov. 16-19, and the full SC2002 Conference runs from Nov. 16-22 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Chairing the conference is Boston University professor Dr. Roscoe Giles. Giles is the first African American chairman of the supercomputing conference (see Black Issues, Feb. 28).

The SC2002 Education Program encourages the participation of faculty from two- and four-year colleges, primarily undergraduate and minority-serving institutions. …

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