Bring SC16 to Your Exhibitor Booth
SC16 is excited to announce that the Students@SC program will be hosting the Scavenger Hunt this year! We invite exhibitors to participate by engaging participants at their booths and increasing their brand recognition. The hundreds of scavenger hunt participants are challenged to find booths based on clues provided, and the winners are awarded prizes.
SCinet is soliciting proposals from research and industry participants to display new or innovative demonstrations in network testbeds, emerging network hardware, protocols and advanced network intensive scientific applications at SC16. For more information on Network Research Exhibition demo topics and a template for submissions, visit http://sc16.supercomputing.org/scinet/research-demos/.
We are seeking exhibitors to participate in this activity in two ways:
1. Be a destination in the scavenger hunt, and/or
2. Sponsor a prize for the scavenger hunt winners
The deadline for submitting clues is Friday, September 2. For more information please email Sally Ellingson at: email@example.com.
SCinet Network Research Exhibition Call for Participation
We encourage anyone interested in doing a demo that might require special support from SCinet to contact us as soon as possible.
Submission deadline: Monday, August 1
BoFs: Engage with Your HPC Community
Don't just observe, ENGAGE!
SC16 is soliciting submissions for Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) sessions covering a range of topics. BoF sessions are among the most interactive, popular and well-attended sessions of the SC Conference Series. They provide a non-commercial, dynamic venue for conference attendees to openly discuss current topics of focused mutual interest within the HPC community with a deep emphasis on audience-guided discussion, professional networking and grassroots participation.
More Information: http://sc16.supercomputing.org/submitters/birds-of-a-feather/
Submissions due: Sunday, July 31
Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctoral Showcase a Unique Opportunity for Ph.D. Students
Submissions are being accepted for the SC16 Doctoral Showcase, a unique opportunity for students in high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis who will be graduating before the end of November 2017 to present a summary of their dissertation research in the form of short talks and posters.
Through this program, researchers and prospective employers in academia, research laboratories and industry are able to interact and network with graduating Ph.D.s. Please encourage your students to participate!
Submissions are due by Sunday, July 31 and may include results that have been previously presented by the student in other forums.
For more information, including paper and poster format requirements, please visit the SC'16 Doctoral Showcase Program webpage or contact the Doctoral Showcase co-chairs at email@example.com
Have an Emerging Technology to Transform HPC?
The Emerging Technologies Showcase at SC16 spotlights innovative solutions (or consortia) that may significantly improve and extend the world of HPC in the next five to 15 years. Accepted submissions will receive free booth space in a highly visible location to present their emerging technologies (or consortia).
Deadline to submit is Sunday, July 31. For more information, go to http://sc16.supercomputing.org/submitters/showcases/emerging-technologies-showcase/
Hit the Streets for Some of SLC's Best Eats
Food trucks have been an innate part of city life for about a decade, and have become a daily staple for office workers, foodies, and residents of downtown. Not only has the surge of food trucks elevated the dining scene in SLC, it's elevated the social scene as well. Fueled by the flexibility, low overhead, and a love for the streets, more and more chefs and entrepreneurs are joining the food truck ranks.
Visit http://www.visitsaltlake.com/restaurants/dining/mobile-food-truck/ for a food truck listing and more information, such as locations, times and menus.