The Supercomputing Challenge has been a very interesting learning experience. I enjoyed working on our project with my teacher, team, and mentor. It was a fun and exciting way to learn about computers and programming; to meet kids my age with similar interests; to view state-of-the-art technology; and to meet the people who work with it. When I am a senior, I look forward to taking full advantage of the many scholarship opportunities offered to Supercomputing Challenge participants. I believe the Supercomputing Challenge is a great opportunity for students to show their creativity and intellect in using computers to solve today problems. This is important because today Supercomputing Challenge contestants are the forerunners of tomorrow innovative technology. - Daniel L. Parrott
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?