The Women in HPC (WHPC) program, part of an ITaP Research Computing broader engagement initiative, is a group of Purdue University undergraduate, graduate, staff, and faculty men and women interested in exposing women to High Performance Computing (HPC) and encouraging their pursuit of research and careers in HPC and technology fields.
- Promote awareness of women in HPC within the Purdue University community.
- Provide a supportive community for women to develop their interests in HPC.
- Share opportunities and resources for scholarships, awards, and personal development.
- Promote participation and networking opportunities at major conferences in the field.