Intel Academic Community at SIGCSE 2012



Hello, from the Intel Academic Community Intern! It seems like just yesterday, the Intel Academic Community was prepping for SIGCSE 2012. Now, it has come and gone and in my opinion, could not have gone better! This year, I was given the unique oppurtunity to project manage Intel's booth at SIGCSE. First hand, I can say SIGCSE 2012 (Feb 29-Mar 3rd) was a few days of non stop, action packed, and exciting collaborations! One observation I was especially excited about was the mainstream nature of Parallelism this year. In fact, I would go as far as to say - Parallelism was the unwritten theme!

Couldn't make it? That's okay, we've got you covered below!

At SIGCSE, there was much excitement surrounding the long awaited release of the new ACM Computer Science Curriculum 2013 recommendation, the first major revision since 2001. While the recommendation does not yet have parallelism integrated throughout, it has come light years ahead. The Academic Community's own Michael Wrinn was active in the recommendation process. These guidelines will ultimately impact programs at several thousand schools worldwide.

Another very exciting event which occurred at SIGCSE this year was the first ever Lightning Rounds session hosted by Intel! What are Lightning rounds? Presenters at this session are given five minutes and five slides to demonstrate how they have brought parallelism into their curriculum. This fast paced, thrilling and informative session not only gave attendees a wide range of ideas for teaching content, but also sparked enthusiasm around the room! Tune in below to the videos of these action packed presentations!

Workshop Sessions



Tune in below for videos from SIGCSE 2012! Including an interview with, yours truly!


Paul Steinberg

Lightning Round Intro
Teach Parallel host Paul Steinberg introduces the first ever Lightning Round session

 


Evan Smyth

Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: Real-time Concurrency Simulation

Roger Webster's presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round



Evan Smyth

Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: Very Early Parallelism

Steven Bogaerts' presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round



Evan Smyth

Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: Plumbing in Parallel

Matt Jadud's presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round




Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: Java Parallel Programming Project: Where are the People
Ruth Anderson's presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round


 



Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: Active Learning Excercise

Dr. Joel Adam's presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round




Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: A Need for Speed

Edward Carr's presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round


Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: Six Degrees of Separation

Andrew Petersen's presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round

 



Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: The Beauty and Joy of Computing

Dan Garcia's presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round


Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round: Alice

Dennis Cosgrove's presentation in the Teaching Parallelism Lightning Round


Paul Steinberg, Tom Murphy, David Ginat, & Dan Garcia
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Teach Parallel with Paul Steinberg and Tom Murphy at SIGCSE 2012



Paul Steinberg, Tom Murphy & Dan Garcia
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Teach Parallel with Paul Steinberg and Tom Murphy at SIGCSE 2012



Paul Steinberg, Tom Murphy & Burke Walls

Teach Parallel with Paul Steinberg and Tom Murphy at SIGCSE 2012


James Reinder
Paul Steinberg, Tom Murphy, & Andrew Petersen

Teach Parallel with Paul Steinberg and Tom Murphy at SIGCSE 2012


Paul Steinberg, Tom Murphy, & Dr. Joe Hummel

Teach Parallel with Paul Steinberg and Tom Murphy at SIGCSE 2012




Burke Walls of Intel talks to Intel Academic Community intern Abi Sundaram about what it is like being an intern for Intel.





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