Articles tagged with: Tiny Titan
OLCF staff members recently participated in coding events that aimed to introduce middle and high school students to computing and coding concepts—CodeStock Academy and WiC’s “Introduce Your Daughter to Code.”
DOE employees converged on the San Francisco Bay Area for the 22nd annual Bay Area Maker Faire, which ran May 20 to May 22. The OLCF staff took a modified version of Tiny Titan—a mini parallel computer made of several Raspberry Pi computers that helps educate students about the principles of parallel computing—to inspire a new generation of high-performance computing (HPC) enthusiasts.
An OLCF team consisting of user assistance specialists Adam Simpson, Robert French, and Matt Belhorn participated in four 35-minute sessions at the National Science Bowl in Washington, DC.
OLCF staff helped unveil ORNL’s Traveling Science Fair supercomputing exhibit at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington DC.
Twelve women from ORNL joined thousands of colleagues at the annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference, presented by the Anita Borg Institute for Women in Technology and the Association for Computing Machinery.
Tiny Titan was featured prominently this spring at the US Department of Energy National Science Bowl at the National 4-H Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Educating the next generation of computing experts was among the topics on the agenda for the 2015 ISC High Performance conference in Frankfurt, Germany.
Tiny Titan, the portable parallel computer designed for students and the general public by staff at the OLCF, is the subject of a new exhibit at the American Museum of Science and Energy (AMSE) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Several OLCF Staff Members were recognized at the November 7 Awards Night Event.
A total of 21 students completed summer internships at the OLCF. Here’s a look into the experiences of a few of this year’s OLCF summer students.