Applications are being accepted through Saturday, July 31 for the SC16 Early Career Program for Professionals. The Early Career Program is designed to equip participants for significant contributions in their new careers by building skills related to obtaining funding, identifying publishing venues, establishing long-term mentor relationships, and effectively managing their time. The program is intended for people in their first five years of a permanent position (such assistant professors, researchers and technical staff members.)
SC16 will be held Nov. 13-18 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Sessions will be held in a workshop format on Monday, Nov. 14 before SC16 starts to allow participants to enjoy the full technical program. The program includes formal presentations, time for peer mentoring, a speed mentoring session to meet 4-5 potential long-term senior mentors and an organized lunch for informal networking.
Learn more at: http://sc16.supercomputing.org/submitters/early-career-program/
Apply at: https://submissions.supercomputing.org/
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