Jeff Hollingsworth named Chair of ACM SIGHPC
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Jeff Hollingsworth has been elected Chair of ACM SIGHPC (special interest group for High Performance Computing) for a three-year term starting July 1st. He currently serves as Vice-Chair.
From their website: "SIGHPC is the first international group within a major professional society that is devoted exclusively to the needs of students, faculty, and practitioners in high performance computing. SIGHPC's mission is to help spread the use of HPC, help raise the standards of the profession, and help ensure a rich and rewarding career for people involved in the field."
As the Chair, Hollingsworth will be very busy making sure that the organization runs smoothly by leading SIGHPC and managing its activities.
In addition to conducting research, advising graduate students, and teaching both grad and undergrad students, Hollingsworth is an important member of the Iribe Center Building Committee.