SIGHPC expects its members to be respectful of others, regardless of their backgrounds.
In support of this goal and ACM’s Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment, the organizers of all SIGHPC-related activities have been asked to:
structure their committees to include diverse backgrounds and opinions
establish rigorously fair review/selection processes to ensure there is no explicit or implicit bias against newcomers
choose speaker lineups that include diverse representation
track their progress in improving diversity by gathering statistics on the makeup of committees, reviewers, authors, and speakers
As of 2019, event organizers are required to report demographic data on gender, geographical, and organizational representation. SIGHPC will aggregate that data and include it in on this page in regular updates, along with similar information on SIG membership.
ACM SIGHPC CARES
Committee to Aid REporting on discrimination and haraSsment (CARES) policy violations
The SIGHPC Executive Committee encourages a welcoming, harassment-free research community at all professional meetings sponsored by SIGHPC. CARES seeks to discourage bad behavior and offer a compassionate ear for community members to discuss their experiences confidentially. For more information, please visit ACM SIGHPC CARES.
Active members, as of March 2018
The annual SC conference has published demographic data on its committees and attendees since 2016. See the current conference website for data on this year's current conference committee. Some historical data is maintained on this site.
The following statistics were recorded for attendees at SC17. Attendees self-identified as part of the registration process.