The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) has announced a 10-week computational science program to provide a limited number of undergraduate students with paid, hands-on experience using Gordon, the center’s new data-intensive supercomputer.
The program will focus on application performance analysis and high-performance computing (HPC) systems deployment. Selected students will have the opportunity to work closely with SDSC staff with a range of technical backgrounds (computer science, physics, chemistry, and engineering) and will be expected to actively participate in team meetings. Students also will assist a national allocations committee in deciding which projects should be awarded computer time on Gordon.
Student applications are due by Friday, May 18. Read the Full Story.