Green High Performance Computing Educators’ Conference

May 25, 2010

The Commonwealth Information Technology Initiative (CITI) sponsors a Green High Performance Computing Educators’ Conference at Holyoke Community College.

citi-logoFollowing their  workshop in April, the Commonwealth Information Technology Initiative (CITI) sponsored the Green High Performance Computing Educators’ Conference held May 25, 2010 at HCC. A direct outcome of the workshop was the establishment of the C4 Project — Canals & Computers, Community & Collaboration — a collaboration among the GHPCC partners; Five Colleges, Inc. Community Based Learning and Public School Partnership programs; the “5+2 colleges,” (Amherst College, Hampshire College, Holyoke Community College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, Springfield Technical Community College and the University of Massachusetts); the Commonwealth Alliance for IT Education (CAITE); Holyoke Public Schools; Girls Inc.; Boys & Girls Club; FIRST Robotics; Nuestras Raices; Enlace de Familia; Hamden Regional Employment Board; and Hamden-Hamp- shire TechPrep. The C4 Project would open a facility at the Picknelly Center and move to the GHPCC when it opens.

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