RCAC wins best paper, poster awards at research computing conference
Several Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC) staff members received awards for their posters and papers at the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing (PEARC) conference held last week.
The paper “Understanding Factors that Influence Research Computing and Data Careers,” co-authored by Betsy Hillery, director of high-performance computing, won best full paper in the Workforce Development track, as well as the Phil Andrews Award for the conference manuscript deemed to be the most impactful to the practice of research computing.
The poster “HyperShell v2: Distributed Task Execution for HPC” by lead research data scientist Geoffrey Lentner and senior computational scientist Lev Gorenstein won the conference’s best poster award.
Congratulations to Betsy, Geoffrey and Lev!