Last month, students from the field of Computer Sciences, Engineering and others related to HPC (Physics & Material Sciences, Biology/Bioinformatics, Finance, etc), gathered for six days in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, for the SC-Camp, where they had the chance to learn more about Super Computing and Distributed Systems. The week was filled with courses with focus on practical sessions, keynotes and a collaborative project.
As such, the aim of the SC-Camp was to give undergraduate and master students state-of-the-art lectures and programming practical sessions about High Performance and Distributed Computing topics.
SC-Camp is an itinerant school, which means that every year t will take HPC knowledge to a different place. This was the first time, since the Covid-19 pandemic, the SC-Camp took place in person.