The internationalization of my career was a spotlight in 2008 starting in the U.S.A. with an internship at ORNL in February 2018 and then in U.K. with a Master in HPC (High- Performance Computing) on September 2018. Some online articles can be found chronologically with my active participation and efforts done during the year 2018.
1. Organizing an HPC event
Usually, July is the month in where many interns go to ORNL to have real-world experiences in their fields. Some of them are students from schools, colleges, and universities and I had enough time to interact with most of them and to realize that some of them need more preparation in topics related to HPC such as Linux commands, HPC concepts, Programming, and Deep Learning. This is the web configured to do it:
2. ORNL Photo Story Contest
It was announced a contest of photography about posting photographies related to the internship of students and my picture was published in the Sci Ed Programs Summer 2018 Newsletter. In this magazine, local events in Knoxville and useful ORNL tips were pointed.
Sci Ed Programs Summer 2018 Newsletter, Issue 13 announced the winner of the contest and surprisingly my group got the second place in a picture we took at Smoky Mountain.
3. ORNL 75 years
The official video was publicly released and 0:33 captured the work I did as a volunteer in the core day of the 75 years of the creation of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in TN.
Five OLCF students of 26 were selected to share their experiences and accomplishments during the internship period. I am so happy with the recognition received for my work.
I decided to prepare myself further in HPC(High-Performance Computing) and I applied to the school of Informatics in Edinburgh where they have a Master in High Performance Computing. I traveled to Scotland to learn from the world-class staff of EPCC that have more than 20 years of experience in teaching parallel programming worldwide.
On December it was published my profile after the internship done in ORNL where they highlighted the passion at work I demonstrated while interacted with leadership-class computing systems for open science in the CADES area with an OpenShift project.
https://orise.orau.gov/ornl/experiences/recent-graduates/inca.htmlFinally, my participation was printed to inspire other students to be involved in STEM: