REU Site News:
2014 Team 3 Paper Accepted for UMBC Review
November 15, 2014
The 2014 participants Kendall Queen, Annie Dai, David Palensky,
Alex Piatski, and Gina Vockeroth just had their team's work accepted
as paper in UMBC Review: Journal of Undergraduate Research.
2014 Program Ends with Two Oral Presentations at SURF
August 06, 2014
The 2014 program ends with poster presentations from each team at the
Summer Undergraduate Research Fest (SURF).
We were thrilled that several of the clients could make it.
Among only five oral presentations, two came from our program.
The conference was attended by 119 students and featured
56 posters in two sessions.
For more accomplishments of the 2014 program, see the
links to Projects, Special Events, and Photo Album
under its tab.
REU Site: Interdisciplinary Program in
High Performance Computing
We are excited to host this unique
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site
in scientific, parallel, and statistical computing,
all extremely hot areas of current research.
Participants will work in teams on projects brought in by
high caliber researchers from academia and industry,
closely supported by experienced graduate students and faculty members
in collaboration with the
Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Consulting.
The participants will acquire the skills necessary to perform hands-on
high performance computing on a state-of-the-art
distributed-memory cluster in the
UMBC High Performance Computing Facility.
For the Summer 2015 program, see the Program Details
and Detailed Schedule
for more information,
and apply using the Online Application.
The program is growing, and we
extended the deadline to March 15, 2015!
The tabs for the past programs from 2010 to 2014
have a wealth of information to get a good idea of
the activities of the program, in particular
see the webpage on the Projects, Special Events, and the Photo Albums there.
tries to give the most realistic and concrete impression of the
activities throughout the program from a student perspective.
We even have our own
with opening remarks by our university president and
testimonials from two 2010 participants
that the UMBC New Media studio graciously produced for us.
See our Partners page
for acknowledgments to our collaborators
and funding sources, in particular the NSF
and the NSA.
For general information, please check back regularly at this webpage
to see updates and news items posted.
For specific questions, do not hesitate
to send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.