New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge
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Careers

Citizen Science

Climate Change

Colleges

Competitions and Contests

Complex Systems

Computational Thinking

Computer Science

Email, Hoaxes and Netiquette

Environmental Modeling

Epidemiology

Equity Resources

Ethics

Hardware

Kickoff Conference Class Material

High Performance Computing

Math modeling

Mathematics

Consulting-Mentors

Over the past several years, Rio Rancho High students have found greater success when they ask adults to consult instead of mentor. The term mentor implies a large and long time commitment. The term consultant suggests that the assistance is required only when teams solicit it. To busy professionals, a time commitment with well-defined limits may be appealing and offer a welcome opportunity for professional community service.

For Teams

For Mentors

NetLogo

  • NetLogo is a cross-platform multi-agent programmable modeling environment.

Physics

Presentation

Programming

Research

Science Resources

Standards

Summer Programs

Supercomputing Resources

Teamwork

Technical Assistance

Thinking Parallel

Weather Resources

Writing Reports

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