Skip to main content Text-only Version

Supporting Women in High Performance Computing and AI

PHOTO: Four female leaders in high performance computing at the University of Florida.

To celebrate and promote women’s participation in high performance computing and artificial intelligence, UF Information Technology is hosting a Women in HPC & AI panel discussion and luncheon event on Thursday, December 1, from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. This in-person panel will be held in the UF Informatics Institute (CSE Room E252) and is free, but pre-registration is required. Lunch is included with your registration. The panelists are:

Dr. Bonnie Dorr, Professor, Department of Computer & Information Science Engineering
Dr. Mei He, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics
Dr. Heidi Boisvert, Assistant Professor, School of Theatre+Dance
Dr. Sarah Moeller, Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics

Space for the event is limited. Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) is an international organization working to build a diverse and inclusive workforce by promoting the role of women in computing. UF’s Women in HPC & AI is the local chapter of WHPC. Its aim is to offer mentoring opportunities and resources for female students, faculty, and staff while building a strong cross-disciplinary professional network across UF. Anyone with questions is welcome to email Applications Specialist and AI Support Team Lead Ying Zhang.