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Welcome to the 2015-2016
(26th Annual) Supercomputing Challenge
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Web page update
We are moving the Supercomputing Challenge website to another server
so please bear with us during this transition. If you need information
that you can't find at this time, email consult1516 at supercomputingchallenge
dot org and we'll try to help you.
Registration: Opened September 1st
Sixty-eight teams have registered and submitted proposals to participate
in the 26th annual Supercomputing Challenge.
Interim Reports due Dec 10th
Teams should submit their Interim reports at:
Information about the Challenge
Take a look at the important dates for the upcoming year so you can keep up this coming year. Review the links on the left for specific information about the 2015-2016 Challenge and review the links above for general information about the Challenge.
Have a happy Challenge!
Teachers, post the flyer to solicit students
or edit the Word version of the flyer and add your contact information.
See the News Flashes for the 2015-2016 year.
Supercomputing Challenge supports New Mexico Women of STEM
What an inspiring group of women at the New Mexico Women of STEM Calendar
reception. Shown from left to right are, Diana Northup, Cristina Montoya, Mia
Kalish, Nina Lanza, Phyllis Baca, Becca Galves, Turtle Haste, Teri Roberts,
Mary Jemin, Jill Wick, Lorie Liebrock, Jeri Timlin, Janeen Anderson and
Heather Yazzie-Kinlacheeny. Also honored, but not in attendance were Jill
Hruby, Patty Lopez and Diane Oyen. At Domenici Center For Health Sciences
Order your calendar now