2017 Gator Computing Program

June 5-16, 2017

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Center for Precollegiate Education & Training
Room 334, Yon Hall, University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611
(352) 392-2310
cpet@cpet.ufl.edu

For high school students entering 10th and 11th grade, the Gator Computing Program offers an incredible opportunity to learn from UF’s preeminent research facilities. During this two-week program, student participants have the chance to discover and explore several scientific applications and environments – including tours of campus laboratories – and use what they learn to tackle real world problems as part of a project team.

The first application deadline for the 2017 Gator Computing Program is March 17, 2017.
The cost of attendance is $100 per student; needs-based scholarships are available.

A diverse range of topics will be presented by UF faculty and staff members leading their fields of research, as students seek to understand the vital roles of computer science in each area of interest:


Learn the complexities of preparing for extreme weather events in the Multihazard Lab

Dr. Forrest Masters


Understand how brain imaging techniques are used to combat neurological disorders

Dr. Adam Woods


Grasp the impact of open-source 3D modelling and printing

Dr. Sara Gonzalez


Uncover the future of pharmaceuticals and personalized medicine

Dr. Julie Johnson


Explore the possibilities of autonomous robotics in the award-winning Machine Intelligence Lab

Dr. Eric Schwartz


Discover the dynamics of disease transmission caused by emerging pathogens

Dr. Marco Salemi

 


> Apply for the 2017 Gator Computing Program

  June 5-16, 2017