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Supercomputing Challenge's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Celia Einhorn
27:00
Welcome everyone! This is Celia. I am here if you have any questions. Hi Nick!
Paige-Supercomputing Challenge
36:37
Good points, especially the ‘over promising’ Your projects should be presented realistically
Paige-Supercomputing Challenge
48:04
Great to see you all. We’ll be sharing Nicholas’ slides later. We’ll have some time in the end of this workshop for you to work on a few sentences for your ‘story’ for your report and get feedback.
Paige-Supercomputing Challenge
53:50
Paying attention to the SC rubric is very important for success for the Expo!
Ryan Palmer
56:54
So the validated current state is a computer model of what is currently happening...
Ryan Palmer
57:11
While the proposed future state is what “might” happen if certain variables/conditions are changed?
Ryan Palmer
57:34
(Sorry, I’m new to the Supercomputing challenge, so I want to make sure that I understand these gems of instruction)
Paige-Supercomputing Challenge
58:59
right! and the future state includes the predictions of what the team thought would happen and the variables that contribute to further understanding and/or solving the problem.
Ryan Palmer
01:05:24
I am the sponsor teacher of Kay
Paige-Supercomputing Challenge
01:09:50
Link to NK’s slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HcgojfzArEjGLIne3KBgiWta0lQaIgGM5tRVCICb8WQ/edit?usp=sharing
Paige-Supercomputing Challenge
01:10:13
focus on Slide #21 for the practice
Paige-Supercomputing Challenge
01:13:04
Link to Expo info, including the rubric: https://supercomputingchallenge.org/20-21/expo/
Celia Einhorn
01:24:27
Thanks so much Nick! I loved this too!
Tristen Pool
01:24:41
Thank you!