More information for Summer Institute 2014 coming soon!
What is the Ohio Supercomputer Center Summer Institute?
SI is a two-week residential program that gives gifted Ohio high school students entering their sophomore, junior or senior year project-based, hands-on learning. Working in small peer teams, the students use supercomputers for practical applications such as solving complex science and engineering problems, conducting network forensics to catch hackers, studying the spread of the bird flu and designing computer games.
Who is eligible to apply?
Ohio high school students entering their sophomore, junior or senior year.
Who might want to apply?
High achieving students who like science, engineering, mathematics or computers.
Why students might want to attend:
- Exposure to world of supercomputers and their real-world applications
- Gain a competitive edge in future educational and professional pursuits
- Work directly with experts in science, engineering and computer science
- Learn how to work with others while developing project management and interpersonal skills
- Develop friendships with other students who have similar interests
- By living in dorms, experience a taste of college life
Dates: June 8-20, 2014
Location: Ohio Supercomputer Center, 1224 Kinnear Road, Columbus, Ohio
Application: Apply for SI14! Applications will be available in early 2014. Students are selected through a competitive application process. A submitted application does not guarantee participation. We will begin notifying accepted students approximately May 2014.
Cost: There are no tuition fees or charges for materials.Students will be responsible for housing / meal costs which are approximately $500.00 for the two weeks.
For more information, contact:
(614) 292-9248 or email@example.com
The cornerstone of the Ohio Supercomputer Center's Summer Institute is the projects. The students work together in small teams on diverse and challenging research-level projects. Teams are comprised of a project leader (staff member who conceived and designed the project) and three or four students.
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