Workforce Development Past Events

These are events that the SGCI Workforce Development has participated in...

Hackathon 2019
25 Jul 2019
In conjunction with PEARC19 in Chicago, SGCI sponsored a Hackathon to challenge up-and-coming programmers for tomorrow's science gateways. Undergraduate and graduate students competed on gateway projects established by SGCI partners and community members.

PEARC19
20 Jul 2019
PEARC19 Conference was held in Chicago, Illinois on July 28 through August 1, 2019. PEARC19 explored the current practices and experiences in advanced research computing including modeling, simulation, and data-intensive computing. A primary focus was on machine learning and artificial intelligence which are proving to be disruptive technologies in a diverse range of scientific fields from materials science to medicine.

Gateways 2019
21 Sep 2019
Monday
Gateway developers and users—regardless of their domain area—have a lot in common but have had few venues for exchanging experiences. The fourth Gateways annual conference (formerly the Gateway Computing Environments workshop series) is an opportunity for gateway creators and enthusiasts to learn, share, connect, and shape the future of gateways as part of a vibrant community with common interests.

2018 SGCI Hackathon
25 Jul 2018
In conjunction with PEARC18 in Pittsburgh, SGCI sponsored an SGCI Hackathon July 26-27, 2018 to challenge up and coming programmers for tomorrow's science gateways. Undergraduate and graduate students competed on gateway projects established by SGCI partners.

PEARC18 Conference
18 Jul 2018
Students from the 2018 SGCI Coding Institute attended the PEARC18 conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on July 22-26, 2018. Students presented their research and also served as student volunteers.

PEARC17 Conference
06 Jul 2017
Students from the SGCI Coding Institute attended the PEARC17 conference in New Orleans, LA. Several students presented their research during the poster session and also served as student volunteers.

NOBCChE 2015: Bridging Generations through STEM
18 Sep 2015
The NOBCChE conference brought together distinguished research scientists, promising young investigators, outstanding student members and young professionals for interactive and informative meetings. The NOBCChE Professional Development Program utilizes the collective experience of members and current information relevant to academic and corporate success to prepare students and professionals to excel in their chosen fields.

NOBCChE 2014: STEMulating Economic Growth Through Innovation and Entrepreneurship
19 Sep 2014
On September 23, 2014, Dr. Linda Hayden attended the 41st Annual National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) Conference as a representative of the Science Gateways Institute. Dr. Hayden is the Director of Elizabeth City State University's Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research (CERSER) and leads the NSF Science Gateway Institute workforce development efforts. The NOBCChE conference brought together distinguished research scientists, promising young investigators, outstanding student members and young professionals for interactive and informative meetings. The NOBCChE Professional Development Program utilizes the collective experience of members and current information relevant to academic and corporate success to prepare students and professionals to excel in their chosen fields.