Present your work at Clemson’s Supercomputing 21 Booth
CCIT is pleased to invite faculty, staff, and students to contribute and present their work at Clemson University’s Exhibition Booth at SC21, being held this year in St. Louis, Mo., November 14-19.
SC is attended by experts in high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis from academia and industry, and by researchers using large-scale computing to solve problems in various domains in science, engineering, arts, and humanities. Examples of activities at SC can be found in the previous year’s program at sc20.supercomputing.org/program. The Clemson University Exhibition Booth is an excellent opportunity for our research community to showcase their research activities and visions involving large-scale computing, big data analytics, and scientific visualization across all areas in science, engineering, and humanities at Clemson University.
With safety a top priority, Clemson researchers will have the option of presenting virtually or in person, subject to University travel guidelines. Authors of selected presentations will be provided with travel support (amount to be determined) if they choose to attend SC21 in person. A submission package includes a summary (in PDF format) describing a presentation/demo to be presented at the Clemson University Exhibition Booth at SC21. It may also include an optional short essay (500 words) in PDF format describing how attending SC21 will benefit their academic and/or professional career.
To submit a presentation/demo, please visit our Google form and fill out your declaration of interest by May 26, 2021. Additionally, the description/summary document must be uploaded using the same URL by June 30, 2021 to formally complete the application.
A g.clemson.edu email address is required to fill out this form. If you have not used your g.clemson.edu account before, please follow the instructions on our Support page to access this account.
Acknowledgement: The recipients of this travel support award commit to presenting their selected work at least once at Clemson University’s Exhibition Booth and assist in manning the booth for at least two half-hour periods. They also agree to participate in a post-conference survey and to provide a short essay describing their experience at SC21.
Award Details: Funding will be available to cover travel and/or conference registration costs (amount to be determined) including the technical program, workshops, and exhibit hall. The exact amount of funding for each awardee has not been determined yet, but those details will be shared when available.
Travel funding will be subject to University travel guidelines and regulations at the time of funding determination. SC21 COVID travel protocols are available on the SC21 website.
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