2020 Mentor Hackathon Mentor Signup
The Boulder 2020 Hackathon is currently in planning, but is expected to be held in early summer 2020 in Boulder, Colorado. Mentor applications are currently open and will be evaluated for acceptance to the hackathon.
A representative of Fluid Numerics will reach out to notify of acceptance/rejection of your application. If accepted, Fluid Numerics will schedule an onboarding call to familiarize you with your HPC developer team and the hackathon process.

The goals and scope of this hackathon include :
* Help HPC software developers port and tune their applications on GPU and multi-GPU platforms (AMD and Nvidia hardware)

* Build experience in HPC developers on ARM architectures and vectorization

* Help HPC software developers plan, strategize, and implement performance-portable software changes.

* Build experience in the system administration teams on fluid-slurm-gcp and Google Cloud Platform

* Foster open communication and collaboration between system administration teams and software developers

* Provide a platform for the open exchange of ideas while providing a space for those who just want to hack through code with their team

Disclaimer :
This form is used to help us match High Performance Computing experts with attendees at our hackathons. The information collected here is used solely for finding ideal mentor-attendee connections to drive success at our workshops. Occasionally, you'll receive e-mails from FluidNumerics, LLC about upcoming events and will be asked to participate as a mentor. The Optional information requested helps us better understand the education levels, age groups, and locations that help our hackathons be successful.

We do not share your contact information and demographic information with third-parties for advertising and marketing.

We look forward to building a community of HPC experts with you !
Email address *
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Affiliation *
When participating as a mentor, who will you be affiliated with ?
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Nationality *
Travel Support *
Will you require travel support to participate as a mentor at the event ? Travel support can be provided only to qualified, non-vendor affiliated mentors. Fluid Numerics may reach out to you to for more information if you are requesting travel support.
Science Domain *
Let us know what scientific domains you specialize in so that we can try to pair you with the most appropriate teams. Check all that apply.
Programming Languages *
What programming languages are you comfortable helping others with ? Check all that apply.
Parallel Tools *
What parallel tools/API's do you have more than one year experience in working with ? Check all that apply.
Version Control *
What version control systems have you had more than one year of experience ? Check all that apply.
Collaboration tools *
Indicate what collaboration tools you have worked with regularly and are comfortable using. Check all that apply
Development Workflow *
Indicate the level of software development workflow that best describes your personal and/or professional practice.
Compute Platforms *
Indicate the compute platforms and accelerators you are familiar with porting applications to and optimizing for.
Container Platform *
Indicate the container platform you have at least 6 months experience working with. Select all that apply.
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