Impressions from the PASC23 Student Travel Grant recipients
“PASC23 was an excep=onal event that surpassed my expecta=ons in every way. The sessions I attended were filled with cutting-edge research presentations from experts across various scientific disciplines. Making connections with fellow attendees and researchers was invaluable to me. This grant enabled me to fully immerse myself in the event, and the experiences and knowledge gained during PASC23 will significantly influence my future endeavours. The guidance and support I received were instrumental in making the most out of my PASC23 experience, and I am grateful for the mentorship opportunity.” Sara Faghih-Naini
“Thanks to the SIGHPC Travel Grant, I had the privilege of par;cipa;ng in PASC23, where I engaged with researchers from diverse fields and experienced cuEng-edge high-performance compu;ng advancements. I am grateful to the organizers for this opportunity and eager to aJend future PASC conferences.” Àdel Alsalti Baldellou
Student Travel Grants awarded for PASC23
This year’s Student Travel Grants were awarded to:
Àdel Alsalti Baldellou (Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain), Kaouthar Bousbaa (Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, Morocco), Sara Faghih-Naini (University of Bayreuth, Germany), and Valentin Churavy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US).
Àdel Alsalti Baldellou (Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain) with his mentor Philipp Schlatter (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
Kaouthar Bousbaa (Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, Morocco), Sara Faghih-Naini (University of Bayreuth, Germany) with their mentor Sinead Ryan (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)