New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge
Supercomputing: Pushing the limits of "standard" computing du jour.

Welcome to the 2014-2015
(25th Annual) Supercomputing Challenge

Congratulations Supercomputing Challenge winners

Meghan Hill and Katelynn James from Monte del Sol, team 91, 1st place, team 4 from Albuquerque Academy, Carl Cherne, Mark Swiler and Jason Watlington were 2nd place and Los Alamos High School team 46, Jovan Zhang, was 3rd place, but view the Awards Ceremony Presentation of ALL the winners see all the publicity about the event and see the pictures of the Expo and the Awards Ceremony.

April 21, 2015 Proclaimed Supercomputing Challenge Day

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez proclaimed April 21st as Supercomputing Challenge Day.

2014-2015 finalists and scholarship recipients, will you be one in April 2016?

The Challenge Finalist teams                                     The Challenge Scholarship winners

Congratulations to the Finalist Teams

Teams 3 and 4 from Albuquerque Academy, team 39 from Las Cruces High, team 108 from Las Cruces YWiC, teams 46 and 57 from Los Alamos High, teams 59 and 63 from Los Alamos Middle School, team 91 from the Monte del Sol and team 123 from Santa Fe High School.

64 Final reports were submitted

Read all about the Expo for descriptions, schedules, housing and directions.

Tours of Sandia Laboratories and University of New Mexico took place on March 3rd.

February Project Evaluations

The Project Evaluations were held during February. They went off very well with 75 teams presenting their work at nine different locations. Public speaking, presentation skills and presenting results are just some of the skills developed in the Supercomputing Challenge.

Interim Reports were due December 10.

96 teams have submitted Interims.

The Supercomputing Challenge Song

Check out Mohit Dubey's song that he wrote for the Supercomputing Challenge and performed at the 2012-2013 Awards Ceremony. The lyrics are here.

Dec 8-14, 2014 will be Computer Science Education Week

See details at the CSEd Week web page. Try the Hour of Code tutorials. They are great, check them out!

The Kickoff Conference was held on Oct 11-12, in Socorro, New Mexico.

[2014-2015 Kickoff]

Check out the pictures from the Kickoff. (Get them to your yearbook staff.) Let Consult know if you want higher resolution images.


Registration is open from September 1st and closes September 20th.

Over 370 students and 65 teachers from 54 schools have registered for the 2014-2015 Supercomputing Challenge.

Look over the Important Dates.

See the Invitation to Participate.

Teachers, post the flyer to solicit students or edit the Word version of the flyer and add your contact information.

Review the links on the left for specific information about the 2014-2015 Challenge and review the links above for general information about the Challenge.

See the News Flashes for the 2014-2015 year.

For questions about the Supercomputing Challenge, a 501(c)3 organization, contact us at: consult1415 @

New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge, Inc.
80 Cascabel Street
Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544
(505) 667-2864

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