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High school, undergraduate, and graduate students are invited to participate in the 2011 TeraGrid conference, TeraGrid 2011: Extreme Digital Discovery, which will be held July 18-21 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Student Poster Contest: How do you use computational science to solve science, engineering or mathematics problems? Let us know by submitting a poster that demonstrates your models, simulations, or visualizations. Awards will recognize the best poster in each of three categories: high school, undergraduate and graduate.
Student Programming Contest: Showcase your team’s programming skills by participating in this exciting, fast-paced on-site contest. With access to computing resources, teams (of up to five members, plus one coach) will receive a variety of interesting science and parallel computation problems to address at the conference. Awards will recognize creativity, quality of the solutions and innovative excellence of the teams who solve the most problems during the competition.
Student Research Papers: You can be one of three students acknowledged as a “TeraGrid Emerging Scientist.” How? If you are an undergraduate or graduate student and are working on a research project that uses TeraGrid or Open Science Grid resources, we encourage you to submit a paper that describes your research. Send your submission, indicating you are a student, to one of the primary conference tracks (Science, Technology, Gateways or Education, Outreach and Training).
The deadline for student submissions is June 3. To submit, click here. to Questions? Contact Laura McGinnis at email@example.com
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