Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists & Coders

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The next generation of scientists and coders need more than a love of science and technology. The use of supercomputers in digital design to simulation pose opportunities solving the world’s biggest questions. Katherine Riley, director of science for Argonne’s Leadership Computing Facility, and Joe Curley, Intel senior director of oneAPI products, solutions and ecosystem, share what inspires them, and the unique characteristics to thrive in these careers. “It’s not just nerds working on ones and zeros, but we’re out to try to make a better planet.”

Guests
Katherine Riley, director of science, Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
Joe Curley, senior director, oneAPI Products, Solutions & Ecosystem, Intel

To learn more:
alcf.anl.gov
software.intel.com
oneapi.com

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