Students Register Now for NetLogo or Python Mesa Coding Classes

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Students Register Now for NetLogo or Python Mesa Coding Classes

Students may register now for NetLogo or Python Mesa coding classes. As part of the Summer Science Institute (SSI) that was offered on July 16th, the Supercomputing Challenge is offering two types of free short courses: NetLogo and Python Mesa. Summer Science Institute students are encouraged to register today! NetLogo was designed for multiple audiences

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NMC Supports Student Researchers From All Over the Nation

The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) supports various summer student programs every year with students coming from all over the nation. And this year is no different! In a typical summer the NMC has to make space for the flood of incoming students, all desk space cubicles are taken, and the parking lot fills to overflowing.

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Students Are Invited to Attend Virtual Science Institute

The Supercomputing Challenge is sponsoring a free virtual Student Science Institute which will take place on July 16th, 2020. All interested middle and high school students and teachers, professionals in COVID 19, possible mentors, and sponsors are welcome.   The Student Science Institute will include webinars, lightning talks, break out sessions, and classes. Lightning talks are short presentations by different

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Summer Physics Camp for Young Women Has Officially Started!

The Summer Physics Camp for Young Women (June 8-19 2020) has officially started! This camp offers 21 young women from Northern New Mexico (Espanola, Chimayo, Santa Fe, Pojoaque, Los Alamos, White Rock, Santa Cruz, Alcalde) a unique opportunity to meet a broad range of female and male role models in a myriad of STEM fields

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USRC Summer Student Programs Held Virtually in 2020

Despite the current Covid-19 pandemic, the New Mexico Consortium (NMC) is continuing to provide summer student programs and internships to Ultrascale Systems Research Center (USRC) students. The only difference this year is instead of traveling to Los Alamos and living in this high mountain town, the high performance computing student interns will instead perform research

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Congratulations to all Who Completed the 2020 Supercomputing Challenge!

The New Mexico Consortium wants to say congratulations to all who completed the 2020 Supercomputing Challenge! The Supercomputing Challenge is an annual event in New Mexico to promote computational literacy and teamwork in science across the state. It’s a homegrown local science program and competition that has been on-going for 30 years. The Supercomputing Challenge

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Apply Now for ALL VIRTUAL 2020 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women

Summer Physics Camp for Young Women is still happening!  Applications are being accepted now for the ALL VIRTUAL 2020 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women in Northern New Mexico. This camp will run be run virtually from June 8-19, 2020 and is available to young women who have completed Algebra I or a higher level

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USRC Provides Opportunities to Coastal Carolina University Students

Coastal Carolina University (CCU) and the Ultrascale Systems Research Center (USRC), a joint program between Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and the New Mexico Consortium (NMC), in Los Alamos, New Mexico, have a strong relationship that has involved many CCU students over the past several years. This collaboration has resulted in multiple year-long research assistantships

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NMC Participates in STEM Boomerang Job Fair

Friday December 20, 2019, the New Mexico Consortium (NMC) participated in the STEM Boomerang job fair and holiday mix, held 9am – 1pm at the Electric Playhouse in Albuquerque, NM. The NMC joined other professionals in science, technology and math (STEM) which included a broad range of organizations, nonprofits, national labs, industry, business people and

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