Best of Respect, Part 2

May/June 2016

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The guest editors introduce best papers on broadening participation in computing from the RESPECT'15 conference. The five articles presented here are part two of a two-part series representing research on broadening participation in computing. These articles study participation in intersectional ways, through the perceptions and experiences of African-American middle school girls, the sense of belonging in computing for LGBTQ students, the impact of a STEM scholarship and community development program for low-income and first-generation college students, a leadership development program, and how African-American women individually take leadership to enable their success in computing. Read full article »

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Delivering Science on Day One

Delivering Science on Day One

Argonne National Laboratory will unveil its new high-performance supercomputer, Theta, later this year. To test its potential, a select group of researchers is using it to conduct actual experiments. Read full article »

CREATE: Software Engineering Applications for the Design and Analysis of Air Vehicles, Naval Vessels, and Radio Frequency Antennas

CREATE: Software Engineering Applications for the Design and Analysis of Air Vehicles, Naval Vessels, and Radio Frequency Antennas

To help spur innovation and reduce cost, time, and risks in the acquisition of major defense systems, the US Department of Defense launched the CREATE program in 2006. Read full article »

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Committee on the Future of Advanced Computing
"Whither the Future of NSF Advanced Computing Infrastructure?" Associate editor in chief Steven Gottlieb discusses a National Research Council's Committee on the future of advanced computing. Read full article»

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