Welcome to the 33rd Annual Supercomputing Challenge!

Another Year's Competition Is Complete

The Supercomputing Challenge is a program for middle, and high school students to come up with a computational science project and work on it all year long.

Kickoff was held on Oct 22nd and 23rd, at NM Tech in Socorro.

See the Kickoff Class Materials webpage to access links to the class material and videos of the sessions.

See the Dates Page for the dates of the events for the 33rd Annual Supercomputing Challenge.

The Latest AI: ChatGPT - What does it mean for education?

Thursday March 23rd Jeff Holte, a Christa McAullife Educator and Global Educational Leader, talked about ChatGPT during a Zoom Webinar

Thanks to Capital High Students, Zach Burch, Britany Marquez, Isel Aargon, and their teacher Barbara Teterycz for sharing their Challenge project at the 2022 Girls Conference with STEM Santa Fe, 11/5/22.

A quick look at the year:

Other useful information:


Check out the whole year and projects from the 2021-22 Supercomputing Challenge

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