Supercomputing Challenge winners: A pair of budding mathematicians from Albuquerque's Manzano High School who wrote mathematical codes typical of those used in cryptography and mathematical error correction captured the top prize in this year's New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge. The Challenge was held at Los Alamos National Lab. Kristen Cordwell and Chen Zhao's project, "Finding Inverses in Finite Fields," earned the students a $1,000 US Savings Bond and their teacher, Steve Schum, received a projection system for his classroom. The team was mentored by Bill Cordwell (5614). Also, the Governor's Award was presented to Sandia retiree Richard Allen, now with the University of New Mexico and a past member of the Challenge's board of directors. For more information, go to the LANL news release. More information and photos are available at the Challenge website and final student reports website.