Computer Architecture Long-term Mentoring Mentor Information Form
This information will be used to pair you with mentees, so please be open and honest about your experience and availability. Your answers will not be shared or used for anything beyond the CALM program.  

As a reminder,  we're looking for mentors to help junior members of the computer architecture community (ranging from senior undergrads to PhD students) with technical challenges (e.g. finding a research topic, understanding the state of the art in a sub-field of computer architecture) and more personal challenges (e.g. job applications, work-life balance, navigating the community as a member of an underrepresented group). The more information you can give us about your experience navigating some of these challenges, the better we can match you with a mentee.

Please note-- we are only matching a small number of mentors and mentees at this time, so we do not know precisely when we will match you with mentees.  The CALM committee will keep in touch to let you know the status of the initial pilot program and alert you when potential mentee matches arise.
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First Name *
Last Name *
Email Address *
Current Affiliation *
Current Job Title *
How frequently would you like to meet with a mentee? *
How many mentees are you available to mentor (concurrently) in the next year? *
What type of mentee would you prefer to mentor? *
Please select the technical topics you are interested in. (Check all that apply.) *
This list was composed of topics listed in the ASPLOS 2022 and ISCA 2022 calls for papers.
Please briefly describe your technical interests. *
Please briefly describe why you are interested in being a mentor. *
Please list non-technical topics on which you can offer advice. *
Examples include advisor relationships, industry job search, academic job search, applying to PhD programs, mental health, navigating the architecture community as a member of an underrepresented group, two body problem, work-life balance, communication skills, etc.  If it's something you could have used advice to work through, there's likely somebody who would benefit from your experience.
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