Call for 2021 applications is now open
ATPESC provides advanced training to approximately 70 participants. Qualified applicants must have:
- Substantial experience in MPI and/or OpenMP programming
- Experience using at least one HPC system for a reasonably complex application
- Plans to conduct computational science and engineering (CSE) research on large-scale computers
Anyone who has attended ATPESC in a previous year is not eligible to apply. If you were accepted to ATPESC 2020 and opted out of the virtual event, you may re-apply.
Applicants are expected to be proficient in English in order to take full advantage of this training program. Results from TOEFL/IELTS/PTE examinations are not required.
Applicants must commit to attend the entire program. If they fail to do so, they will be responsible for their travel, lodging and meal expenses.
- March 1, 2021 – Deadline for applications to be submitted
- April 26, 2021 – Notification of acceptance
- May 3, 2021 – Deadline to apply for account
Your application must include:
1. Statement of Purpose (SOP)
This document should include your purpose for attending the training program, a description of your computing experience, and your current/future CSE research plans. This part of the application should be no longer than two pages. Please include your First and Last Name, Job Title, and Institution at the top of the document.
- Note: the curriculum of the training program is geared for participants with substantial MPI and/or OpenMP programming experience who have used an HPC system for a reasonably complex application and have conducted or are preparing to conduct CSE research on large-scale computers. Please be prepared to describe in detail your previous experience with HPC systems (e.g., size of simulations, kind of systems, experience as user and/or developer, software and solvers used, etc.) and your future CSE plans on leadership-class supercomputers.
2. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
The submitted CV must provide all science and technology specialties, all work positions with no gaps in time, and current/accurate names of all academic institutions attended.
3. Letter of recommendation (LOR)
One letter of recommendation from an advisor or supervisor. The recommendation should address in detail your experience with respect to the eligibility requirements.
- Note: if your advisor or supervisor wants to make a confidential recommendation, they should send it directly to email@example.com before the submission deadline. In that case, ATPESC support staff will attach it to your application. Please note that you are still responsible for ensuring final submission by your advisor or supervisor. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Please do not include in your application any articles, additional letters, or other documents that are not among the three mentioned above.
When you have compiled all the documents listed above, log in to EasyChair to apply for ATPESC 2021
Important: on the EasyChair application form:
- Name: When asked for your name, use your full legal name as it appears on your government-issued photo ID (e.g., passport). Include your middle initial after your first name (or “NMI” if you have no middle initial). Please use standard capitalization. For example:
- First name: “John R.” Last name: “Smith”
- First name: “Mary NMI” Last name: “Johnson”
- Email: Please use your work email. (You will be given the opportunity later to specify an alternate email.)
- Title: Enter “ATPESC Application”
- Keywords: Enter “2021”
- Scientific field: Please consult the list at https://extremecomputingtraining.anl.gov/files/2020/12/ATPESC-2021-Scientific-Fields.pdf and enter the most appropriate one.
- Complete all other fields as directed including upload of your pdf files.
- Click on the submit button only once.
If you have any questions, please contact ATPESC staff.