Supercomputing Challenge Expo Invites Public to View Final Student Presentations
Are you interested in what students perceive as real-world problems? Come to the public viewing session of this year’s Supercomputing Challenge Expo on April 24, from 12-4pm at the LANL Research Library and Study Center.
The Supercomputing Challenge is an academic marathon where middle and high school students choose a problem to solve with computational science tools: research, visualization, agent-based modeling, mathematical modeling, and data management.
The topics range from agriculture to physics.
Here are some of the most popular student projects:
- Computer Science Artificially made or not?
- Behavioral Health Science Stress Anxiety Monitor (SAM)
- Engineering Robotic Wildfire Detection System: Smokey
- Environmental Science For Crying “Drought” Loud
The annual Supercomputing Challenge is proud to announce the outstanding achievements of its students. The Challenge encourages students to collaborate, implement computational solutions, collaborate and communicate with team members and mentors, and present their findings to others, orally and written. These skills are highly valued in the workforce, as they are essential for success in STEM fields.
The final student presentations are scheduled at the Supercomputing Challenge Expo event on April 24 and 25 in Los Alamos. The Public Viewing period will be APRIL 24, 12-4 pm in the LANL Research Library and Study Center.
The winners will be announced at the Awards Day Ceremony on Tuesday, the 25th at the Church of Christ, 2323 Diamond Dr. Los Alamos.
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The Supercomputing Challenge is supported by the New Mexico Consortium.