Diversity in HPC

The 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.


The project is on-going, with the initial project funding from 1 April 2015 and will run until 31 March 2018.

Further information

Diversity in HPC website