Congratulations to our first class of summer students participating in the Data Intensive Scientific Computing
research experience! Twelve students from around the country came to Notre Dame to learn how computing drives research in high energy physics, climatology, bioinformatics, astrophysics, and molecular dynamics.
At our closing poster session in Jordan hall (along with several other REU programs) students presented their work and results to faculty and guests across campus.
If you are excited to work at the intersection of scientific research and advanced computing, we invite you to apply to the 2017 DISC summer program
at Notre Dame!