Monday, April 11, 2011

Diversity Computing Conference Participants Visit Berkeley Lab (Photo Slide Show)

Approximately 20 participants in the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference — which took place in San Francisco — visited Berkeley Lab last week to learn more about careers and research in computing sciences.

They met with computational researchers Jonathan Carter, Marc Day, Greg Bell, and Sean Peisert. It seems the visitors left with a favorable impression. Juan Meza, acting director of the Computational Research Division, reports that several have requested summer internships or postdoc positions. The conference provides a networking environment for under-represented groups across computing and information technology, from science to business to the arts to infrastructure. Best Blogger Tips

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