Nominations Open for SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing

April 22, 2021 — Submissions are now open for SIGHPC’s Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing Award. This award is given in odd-numbered years, and nominations for the 2021 award cycle are due on June 30, 2021.

  • Submissions open: NOW (April of odd-numbered years)
  • Submission close: 30 June Anywhere on Earth (odd-numbered years)
  • Winner selected: 31 July of odd-numbered years

The ACM SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing (EWL/TC) is a biennial award open to any woman who has engaged in technical computing research, education, and/or practice for 5-15 years since receiving her highest degree. Please note that the eligibility rules have changed for 2021. Click here for more information.

In the fields of high performance (HPC) and technical computing – as elsewhere in computing – there are fellowships and awards for achievements occurring at the graduate student, early-career, and mature-career stages. There are very few awards recognizing individuals in the middle stage of their careers, and none aimed specifically at women. These are the years when faculty are working toward promotion and practitioners are moving through middle levels of management, a period which can be especially challenging for women. For the purposes of this award, “technical computing” includes all of the various fields that are part of what we think of as HPC – areas such as visualization, analytics, operations, scientific application software (creation and porting/tuning), libraries, and so on – as well as professionals working with everything from small, workgroup-sized systems, to leading systems on the TOP500 list.

This international award creates a new career milestone achievement, and consists of a $2,000 honorarium, travel support to the SC conference, and a recognition plaque.

See how to nominate for more information or read more about Dr. Trilce Estrada, the 2019 ACM SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing award Winner.

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