Education Program General Information
Welcome to the SC2003 Education Program to be held November 15-18, 2003. Participants in the program have been selected through a national application and selection process. The educators selected to participate are listed via the link to Team Information below. The other links below provide more detailed information about the program. Education Program participants are encouraged to attend other SC2003 conference offerings, including the tutorials (at their own expense) on Sunday and Monday, the exhibit floor which opens on Monday evening, and the Technical Program sessions that begin on Tuesday.

We encourage all of the selected participants as well as presenters and mentors to bring along posters to showcase their own local applications of computational science methods in their courses. Details for posters are provided below.

Tentative Program Agenda
Team Information
Technology
Poster Presentation Info
Program Support for Participants
Sponsors and Volunteers

We wish to recognize the sponsors and volunteers listed on the link above, without whom this program would not be possible. Please extend your appreciation to representatives of these organizations for their support of the program!!

The application process for the SC2003 Education Program is complete. The instructions and forms are provided through the following link for archival purposes. There will be many opportunities for educators to participate in similar programs through the National Computational Science Institute.

Application Instructions
Online Application Forms
Brochure PDF

The SC2003 Education Program is supported by the National Computational Science Institute (www.computationalscience.net), the National Science Foundation, SC2003 Conference, IEEE Computer Society, and ACM SIGARCH. Intel Corporation is providing 120 computers for the hands-on workshop sessions.