SIGSCE 2019 Resources

Published: 02/19/2019  

Last Updated: 02/19/2019

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Build the Tech Future with these Developer Resources for Students and Teachers from Intel

Education Programs

Intel® AI Academy for Students

Whether you’re a novice or an AI expert, Intel® AI Academy provides the essential learning materials, community tools, and technologies to boost your AI development. New AI courses show students how to deploy their projects on Intel® CPUs and FPGAs using the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit. Get step-by-step instructions on how to use TensorFlow* to test and train your dataset. And access a curated collection of materials help you build your skills and apply what you learn to your own projects at school.

Intel® AI Academy for Professors

Get free access to slides, hands-on activities, and answer keys to concepts on machine learning and deep learning for use in your classroom as labs, homework assignments, or extra credit.


Whether you’re looking to develop cosmological simulations, design smart cars, or bring up new systems, the key to full performance is in your code. Tech.Decoded is an information hub for developers where you’ll find a continuously growing library of knowledge curated to help you get the most out of modern hardware.

Modern Code

Explore tools, libraries, upcoming events, and more to help you create breakthroughs and take your code into the future.

Free Software Tools

Intel supports the next generation of scientists and engineers by providing free software tools, libraries, and code samples to the developer community, as well as special programs for academic researchers, instructors, and students to help teach students new skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.



Intel® Software Innovator Program

The Intel® Software Innovator program supports innovative, independent developers who display an ability to create and demonstrate forward-looking projects by providing them with speaking and demonstration opportunities at industry events and developer gatherings. Through their expertise and innovation with cutting-edge technology, Intel Software Innovators demonstrate a spirit of ingenuity, experimentation, and forward thinking that inspires the greater developer community.

Intel® Black Belt Software Developers

The Intel® Black Belt Software Developer Program recognizes members of our communities who are known for their technical expertise and community leadership. They share their knowledge and collaborate with other members to make our communities stronger. The Black Belt title is reserved for exceptional members who contribute their extensive experience and expertise to the communities. This title also recognizes members for their time and effort contributing technical information to help make Intel® Developer Zone a valuable developer resource.

Intel eXtreme Performance Users Group

The Intel eXtreme Performance Users Group (IXPUG) is an independent users group that provides a forum for the free exchange of information and ideas that enhance the usability and efficiency of scientific applications running on large Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor-based high-performance computing (HPC) systems. Participation in IXPUG meetings and other activities is open to anyone interested in using the Intel Xeon Phi processor for large-scale scientific or technical computing.


OpenHPC is a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project whose mission is to provide a reference collection of open-source HPC software components and best practices, lowering barriers to deployment, advancement, and use of modern HPC methods and tools. Packages provided by OpenHPC have been prebuilt with HPC integration in mind with a goal to provide reusable building blocks for the HPC community. Over time, the community also plans to identify and develop abstraction interfaces between key components to further enhance modularity and interchangeability. The community includes representation from a variety of sources including software vendors, equipment manufacturers, research institutions, supercomputing sites, and others. This community works to integrate a multitude of components that are commonly used in HPC systems, and are freely available for open source distribution. To learn more, contact

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