Student Program

The EasyChair submission site is open:

Student Papers and Posters (please indicate if you are a student on your submission)

Undergraduate and graduate students who are working on research projects that use XSEDE resources, campus-level resources or other cyber-infrastructure are invited to submit Technical Papers and Posters. The conference will recognize the best overall student technical paper, best student paper in each technical track, best undergraduate poster and best graduate poster. To qualify for these awards, the work must be primarily the student's, the student must be the primary author and the student must present the paper or poster.

Student Travel Grants

A limited number of student travel grants may be available for XSEDE16. Volunteers are encouraged to apply. Travel award application closed.


Student Program Opportunities

For all student attendees, XSEDE16 will include: a one-day intensive collaborative modeling and analysis challenge; a session on careers in modeling and large data analytics; a mentorship program; and opportunities for students to volunteer to assist with Conference activities. Modeling day registration opens on May 2. Participation from traditionally under-represented communities including women, minorities, and people with disabilities, is strongly encouraged.