"The Challenge was my first 'real' experience as a team leader, real in the sense that it actually resembled the leadership I have done later in the 'real' world. Looking back, I did a number of things poorly, especially relating to time management. However the fact that I was able to lead a team to victory in the challenge helped give me confidence to continue taking on leadership roles and building my technical leadership skills to where they are today." - Thomas D., Eldorado High, 2004.
Supercomputing Challenge Proposals
All teams attending the Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff
Conference must submit
a proposal online prior to attending. Teams must also bring a hardcopy
of this proposal with them to the conference. Remember, proposals are
short and concise no more than 250 words.
Use the following information to help prepare your proposal:
What does an Supercomputing Challenge Proposal look like?