Summer Educational Programs

Middle-school girls leverage cutting-edge technology to conduct real-world environmental research projects

Fifteen middle school girls from around the state will be attending the Ohio Supercomputer Center’s 14th annual Young Women’s Summer Institute at The Ohio State University on July 7-13, 2013.

These academically gifted young women will investigate environmental watershed issues within the state, while exploring career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.ywsilogo.png

Students explore technology at Ohio Supercomputer Center’s Summer Institute

SI_logo_0.pngSixteen high school students from around Ohio will be attending the Ohio Supercomputer Center’s 24th annual Summer Institute (SI) on June 16-28, 2013, at The Ohio State University. These academically gifted students, chosen from 50 applicants, will engage in university-level research while working with some of the nation’s best supercomputers.

Students solve real-world challenges at Ohio Supercomputer Center's Summer Institute

Sixteen high school students from around Ohio will be attending the Ohio Supercomputer Center’s Summer Institute on June 17-29, 2012, at The Ohio State University. These students, selected from 69 applicants, will research and solve real-world challenges through exploring topics from investigating cyber-crime to designing autonomous robots.

OSC's K-12 Summer Programs Now Accepting Applications

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- January 25, 2006 -- The Ohio Supercomputer Center's (OSC) summer education programs -- the Young Women's Summer Institute (YWSI) and Summer Institute (SI) -- are now accepting applications for summer 2006.

YWSI is a weeklong program for Ohio's middle-school girls. It is designed to promote computer, math, and science skills as well as provide hands-on learning.

OSC Announces Deadlines for Summer Programs

Columbus, OH - April 4, 2005 --The Young Women's Summer Institute (YWSI) deadline has been extended to April 15. This is also the announced deadline for OSC's Summer Institute (SI).

Sponsored by the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) and Kent State University, YWSI is a weeklong program for Ohio's middle-school girls. It is designed to promote computer, math, and science skills as well as provide hands-on learning.

Ohio Supercomputer Center Looking For High Tech High School Students

Columbus, Ohio -- February 8, 1994 -- As a part of The Ohio State University Summer Institute, fifteen students will have the chance to work with Ohio's supercomputer - a computer normally reserved for professional scientists and engineers! Summer Institute attracts gifted and talented students to Columbus each summer for two weeks of exciting and challenging learning.

Spots still available in computational science virtual summer courses

OSC repeats as August host site for Many-core Processor course

Columbus, Ohio (May 11, 2010) Want to learn how to use graphics processors for scientific computing? Scale your parallel code to tens of thousands of CPU cores? Deal with ginormous datasets? The Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering offers these courses and more during its summer program for 2010!

OSC Announces YWSI 2001 Middle School Participants

Columbus, Ohio -- May 25, 2001 -- OSC (Ohio Supercomputer Center) has announced that 15 middle school girls have been selected to participate in its Young Women's Summer Institute (YWSI).

This is OSC's second year offering the YWSI Program. YWSI is specially designed for Ohio's middle school girls as a response to the low participation of women in the fields of science and technology. YWSI gives the girls an opportunity to work with OSC's most advanced supercomputers with the aid and instruction of top professionals.

Young Women's Summer Institute Applications Now Available

A week-long camp designed to help Ohio middle-school girls gain computer, math, and science skills while having fun is being sponsored by OSC (Ohio Supercomputer Center).

The Young Women's Summer Institute is open to students who are currently sixth and seventh graders. Thirty girls and five K-12 teachers will be admitted to the OSC program in Columbus, Ohio or Kent State University in Kent, Ohio.

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