Registration Policies

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Workshop Registration Policies

Who may register:

  • Registrations will be evaluated on a first come, first served basis. NCSI reserves the right to reject any registration at NCSI's sole discretion.
  • Registrations are encouraged from faculty teaching undergraduate and/or graduate students in any discipline for which Computational Science & Engineering (CSE) and/or High Performance Computing (HPC) are useful, including, but not limited to, every Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) discipline and every STEM education discipline.
  • Registrations are especially encouraged from faculty at Minority Serving Institutions, including, but not limited to, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, and Tribal Colleges and Universities.
  • Teams of faculty from within an institution, or from a formal or informal consortium of institutions, are especially encouraged.
  • Teams may also consist of one or more faculty members and one or more undergraduate and/or graduate students under the faculty's mentorship.
  • Post-docs considering teaching at undergraduate institutions are also encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to post-docs who have already secured teaching positions.
  • Secondary teachers are strongly encouraged to apply for any workshop focusing on teaching CSE and/or HPC in secondary schools.

Registration and Notification of Acceptance:

  • Workshops will run as scheduled provided there are at least 12 registrations by the notification date. Participants will be contacted within 7 calendar days of the notification date on the status of the workshop and their acceptance.
  • Registrants will be added to the NCSI database of participants. This database is used to manage the assessment activities by the NCSI evaluation team, and to allow participants to update contact information and to view their acceptance status. No information will be shared with external parties.

Attendee Responsibilities

  • Attendees agree to follow the XSEDE Code of Conduct.
  • Attendees agree to assist in assessment of the workshops by filling out and submitting, in a timely manner, pre- and post-workshop surveys, as well as daily surveys during the workshop.
  • Some participants may be contacted for additional information by the NCSI's evaluation team.
  • Attendees agree to ensure that they have adequate prerequisite knowledge and experience to participate in the workshops to which they have registered.
  • Attendees agree to attend EVERY SINGLE DAY of the workshop, except in special circumstances, and to put forth their best effort to learn the material.

Costs and Scholarships

  • With funding provided by the National Science Foundation through the XSEDE program, and with additional funds from NCSI, there is no fee to attend any NCSI workshop this year.

Withdrawing from the Workshop:

  • If a registrant chooses to withdraw, they are requested to notify NCSI IMMEDIATELY, by emailing the workshop coordinators or using the feedback form at the bottom of this page, so that their seat can be made available to another person.
  • In order to enable others to attend the workshop we ask that you please make your final decision about whether you will attend the workshop, and notify NCSI if you decide to withdraw, prior to the notification date of the workshop.
  • If a faculty member withdraws, and that faculty member has one or more students registered under that faculty member's mentorship, then NCSI reserves the right to cancel the registration(s) of the unaccompanied student(s), at NCSI's sole discretion.

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