Join GPN-WHPC for monthly keynote talk

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The Great Plains Network Women in High Performance Computing Chapter is excited to announce that Dr. Anjali Sandip from the University of North Dakota will be speaking at the April 13 meeting. Attend via Zoom at noon!

The speech is titled, "GPU-Accelerated Multi-Physics Modeling." Anjali Sandip is a Senior Lecturer in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of North Dakota. Her research interests include numerical modeling, uncertainty quantification and parallel computing. She is currently developing GPU-accelerated multi-physics/phase models. She will speak on a number of topics, including: leveraging HPC to predict polar ice sheet discharge, research opportunities for students, the power of collaborations and more!

Please join us Wednesday, April 13 at noon CST on Zoom:

The Holland Computing Center (HCC) is part of the Great Plains Network (GPN) and GPN recently formed Women in High Performance Computing Chapter (WHPC). GPN-WHPC is Chapter of the International Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) organization. The Chapter is open for everyone, and its primary goal is to promote diverse and inclusive environment for all HPC researchers as well as researchers interested in using and learning about HPC resources. Every second Wednesday of the month we have invited speaker. Everyone is welcome to join the meetings, and we encourage you to bring coworkers, friends and allies! For more updates, please join the GPN-WHPC email list,

Presenter: Dr. Anjali Sandip from University of North Dakota
Title: GPU accelerated multi-physics modeling
When: Wednesday April 13, noon CST