Resources

Careers

Citizen Science

Climate Change

Colleges

Competitions and Contests

Complex Systems

Computational Thinking

Computer Languages

  • Learn about different, useful programming languages at Learn to Code. It has a useful chart at the bottom to help you decide what language will help you the most, depending on your goals.
  • Different Paradigms of Programming Languages.

Computer Science

Email, Hoaxes and Netiquette

Environmental Modeling

Epidemiology

Equity Resources

Ethics

Hardware

Kickoff Conference Class Material

High Performance Computing

Math modeling

Mathematics

Consulting-Mentors

Over the past several years, Rio Rancho High students have found greater success when they ask adults to consult instead of mentor. The term mentor implies a large and long time commitment. The term consultant suggests that the assistance is required only when teams solicit it. To busy professionals, a time commitment with well-defined limits may be appealing and offer a welcome opportunity for professional community service.

For Teams

For Mentors

NetLogo

  • NetLogo is a cross-platform multi-agent programmable modeling environment.

Physics

Presentation

Programming

Research

Science Resources

Standards

Star Logo

Summer Programs

Supercomputing Resources

  • The AiS Computational Science Textbook
  • The Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies–This is a collection of bibliographies of scientific literature in computer science from various sources, covering most aspects of computer science.
  • ChemViz -links to lesson plans with the power of the SGI/Cray Power Challenge supercomputing with the graphics and ease of use capabilities of the personal computer enabling students to use computational chemistry as a technique to better various abstract concepts, such as ionization energy, chemical bonding, periodic properties, and atomic and molecular orbitals.
  • National Computational Science Alliance offers high-performance computing and communications resources, serving over 6000 users at more than 380 universities and corporations.
  • Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center provides information about their projects, including educational efforts.
  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing Home page offers a variety of information, including educational programs appropriate for elementary and secondary level science education.

Team Work

Technical Assistance

  • Challenge Technical Guide – Includes information and tutorials on the following topics: supercomputing, project design, telnet, Unix, Pico, C++, Java, Graphics, e-mail, ftp, HTML, Perl, and MPI

Thinking Parallel

Weather Resources

Writing Reports