XSEDE12, the first conference of XSEDE, the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment, will be held July 16-19, 2012, at the InterContinental hotel in downtown Chicago.
High school and college students are encouraged to participate in the XSEDE12 Student Program, and may apply for financial support to attend.
XSEDE provides high-performance computational resources and services for scientists and researchers around the world.
If you are a high school, undergraduate, or graduate student and are interested or engaged in computational research, we encourage you to participate in the XSEDE12 Student Program.
By participating, you can:
* Meet computational and domain scientists from around the country
who use high-performance systems in their research.
* Compete in a student poster contest that shows how your research
demonstrates the value computational science adds to scientific
* Talk to XSEDE and Open Science Grid (OSG) staff and users
through our Student Mentor Program.
* Attend introductory tutorials tailored for students new to
computational science or more advanced tutorials designed to
help you get the most out of XSEDE resources.
* Present your research which uses XSEDE or OSG resources by
submitting a paper to our Technical Program.
Pending final approval, the National Science Foundation may
provide limited funding to support student travel, lodging,
and/or registration costs for attending XSEDE12.
For details on submitting posters and papers, see the Call for
To apply for travel funding, see the Student Program Support
Contact: Jenett Tillotson (firstname.lastname@example.org)