Travel Support for the PEARC17 Student Program

TRAVEL SUPPORT for the PEARC17 Student Program Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing 2017
Deadline to apply: Thu May 25 2017
July 9-13 2017, New Orleans LA USA
PEARC17 Studne Program Contact: Alana Romanella (

PEARC17, Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing 2017, is now offering financial support opportunities for students with submissions to the main conference program — thanks to support from XSEDE, the San Diego Supercomputer Center, and through the fundraising efforts of STEM-Trek and Virginia Tech.

The deadline to apply is May 25, 2017.

Funding is available to cover costs of airfare, shared lodging, and registration fees.

Due to funding constraints, participation in the PEARC17 Student Program is limited to students at U.S. and Canadian institutions, and partial support is requested from the student’s institution.

To receive travel support for the PEARC17 Student Program, students need to APPLY HERE: no later than May 25, and are required to participate in all student activities, including the volunteer program.

Student authors will be notified of accepted papers by mid-April and accepted posters by mid-May.

Learn more about the PEARC17 Student Program and participation opportunities here:

PEARC17 — Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing 2017 — unites the high-performance computing and advanced digital research communities, addressing the challenges of using and operating advanced research computing within academic and open science communities.

Being held in New Orleans July 9-13, PEARC17 offers a robust technical program, as well as networking, professional growth and multiple student participation opportunities.

See for more information.

Advanced research computing conference offers students intensive modeling, data analysis challenges and more

Graduate and undergraduate students who use advanced computing in their research can learn a lot in just a few days at PEARC17, the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing conference in New Orleans, July 9-13, 2017.

Students who attend can participate in activities that include:

* a one-day intensive collaborative modeling and analysis

* a session on careers in modeling and large data analytics;

* a mentorship program;

* a speed-networking session with representatives from the PEARC17

Students’ technical paper submissions need to be in by March 13. Poster submissions are due May 1. Financial support opportunities are available for student contributors.

See for details.