Diversity in HPC project launches
The new Diversity in HPC (DiHPC) project is working to showcase the diversity of talent in the high performance computing community.
No personal characteristic should be a barrier to participating in HPC. This includes disability, sexuality, sex, ethnicity, gender identity, age, religion, culture, pregnancy and family.
The DiHPC project provides a set of resources and tools to help the HPC community engender change, implement best practice and champion diversity. Faces of HPC is a series of stories about people who represent the diversity of the HPC community, championing role models for an inclusive culture.
Diversity in HPC is a project developed by EPCC and funded through the UK national supercomputing facility ARCHER and the EPSRC.