Show simple item record Stewart, Craig A. en 2011-06-27T19:36:29Z en 2011-06-27T19:36:29Z en 6/21/2011 en
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dc.description.abstract Too many people, too few people; inspiring young people; examples of interesting educational activities (roughly scaling up by participant count); new opportunities for cyberinfrastructure at the campus, national, and international levels (campus bridging). en
dc.description.sponsorship KAUST Economic Development International Symposium at ISC'11 21 June 2011, Hamburg en
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dc.subject computational thinking en
dc.subject knowledge workers en
dc.subject cyberinfrastructure en
dc.subject research computing en
dc.subject STEM en
dc.title Educational Applications of Supercomputing and Cyberinfrastructure en
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