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More Companies Sign On to President Obama’s Computer Science for All Initiative

Computer science is starting to catch on. Nineteen new members recently joined the Computer Science Education Coalition, an expanding organization composed of more than 60 leading tech firms that are pushing Congress to approve $250 million to expand coding programs and courses in K-12 schools across the country. When President Obama announced he would request the funding for the Computer Science for All initiative in his federal budget proposal, tech companies like Google, Salesforce, Amazon and

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - ACM/IEEE-CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowship Program
Submissions Deadline - May 1, 2016
The ACM/IEEE-CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowship honors except...
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SDSC Summer Institute (SI) 2016: HPC for the Long Tail of Science Takes Place in August
August 1 – 5, 2016 - San Diego Supercomputer Center, La Jolla, California
Applications Deadline - May 6, 2016
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SUNDAY’S SPACE SCIENCE GRAB BAG - SpaceX Lands Rocket on Ocean Platform for First Time

After four failed bids SpaceX finally stuck the landing Friday, powering the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket onto an ocean platform where it touched down upright after launching cargo to space. Images of the tall, narrow rocket gliding down serenely onto a platform that SpaceX calls a droneship sparked applause and screams of joy at SpaceX mission control in Hawthorne, California. "The first stage of the Falcon 9 just landed on our Of Course I Still Love You droneship," SpaceX wrote on Twitter, after launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 4:43 pm (2043 GMT).NASA spokesman George Diller...

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UC Berkeley’s Experiments Show Magnetic Chips Could Dramatically Increase Computing's Energy Efficiency

University of California, Berkeley researchers demonstrated for the first time that magnetic chips can operate at the lowest fundamental energy dissipation theoretically possible under the laws of thermodynamics. The researchers say their findings prove dramatic reductions in power consumption are possible, and could shrink as low as one-millionth the amount of energy per operation used by conventional transistors. The researchers experimentally tested and confirmed the Landauer limit, using an innovative technique to measure the tiny amount of energy dissipation that resulted when they f...

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Growth in Computer Science Driven by Student Interest, Societal Need
In response to growing enrollment and increasing interest in computer science from other disciplines, Princeton University is expanding its computer science faculty by more than 30 percent. The expansion will add 10 tenure-track positions to the current 28, making the computer science department one of the three largest concentrations at Princeton. The department plans to bring in the new faculty members as soon as possible, and the university will support ...
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Call for Papers - ACM’s PASC16 Conference

Full Paper Submission Deadline – June 22, 2016

ACM PASC16 is the third conference that was initiated by the Swiss Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing (PASC). The PASC Conference is an international event for the exchange of high-performance computing competences in computational science. PASC16 will bring together talented scientists from diverse backgrounds (such as Climate, Solid Earth, Life Sciences, Materials, Physics, Mechanics and Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Emerging Domains) to creatively reflect on their field, and promote exc...

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Deadkine Looming: - Call for Papers: IEEE ScalCom 2016
July 18-21, 2016 - Toulouse France
Extended Submission Deadline – March 25, 2016
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DEADLINE APPROACHING: Allocation Proposals for Time on Blue Waters

Application Deadline – April 4, 2016

At least 80 percent of the capacity of Blue Waters—about 150 million node-hours each year—is available to scientists and engineers across the country through the National Science Foundation’s Petascale Computing Resource Allocation program. In 2013, a new NSF-funded petascale computing system, Blue Waters, was deployed at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The goal of this project and system is to open up ne...

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TAKING PLACE TODAY - 3rd Advancing Research Computing on Campuses (ARCC): Best Practices Workshop 

March 23-24 2016
University of Illinois, Champaign Illinois
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XSEDE and NICS Release Podcast Focused on African-American History as it Pertains to Non-Traditional Users of HPC

XSEDE releases a new podcast that is an African American History project led by an African American female PI. This is a great example for anyone working with non-traditional users of High Performance Computing. Entitled Recovering Lost History, the story in this podcast revolves around a collaboration of social scientists, humanities scholars, and digital researchers directed at using advanced computing to find and understand the past. To view the podcast, please visit  


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