The DIMACS Connect Institute

WHAT IS DCI?

The DIMACS CONNECT INSTITUTE (DCI), based at Rutgers University, takes the approach that research and education should work hand-in-hand. Collaborations between researchers and educators are formed by understanding each others' work and needs. To this end, the institute has designed separate programs that are focused on each group's interests, along with All Institute Sessions aimed at meshing the two groups with the planned outcome of stimulating discussion and problem-solving.

The Institute offers a one-week program of research workshops, along with an educational program for high school teachers.

Activities of the High School Teacher Program:

2006 - The DIMACS Bio-Math Connect Institute



2005 - The DIMACS Bio-Math Connect Institute

High School Student Research Conference, April 22, 2006



2004 - The DIMACS Bio-Math Connect Institute

High School Student Research Conference, April 30, 2005



2003 - Graph Theory and its Applications

High School Student Research Conference, May 8, 2004

DCI '03 Education Program - Year 2: July 19 - July 31, 2004



2002 - Graph Theory and its Applications

High School Student Research Conference, May 10, 2003

DCI '02 Education Program - Year 2: July 21 - August 1, 2003



2001 - Graph Theory and its Applications to Problems of Society

High School Student Research Conference, May 4, 2002

DCI '01 Education Program - Year 2: July 22 - August 2, 2002



2000 - Graph Theory and its Applications to Problems of Society

High School Student Research Conference, April 28, 2001

DCI '00 Education Program - Year 2: July 23 - August 3, 2001



DCI is the successor to the DIMACS Research and Education Institute (DREI). The links to DREI are:
DREI '96 DREI '97 DREI '98 DREI '99


DIMACS would like to thank the National Science Foundation and the AT&T Foundation for their support of DCI.


DIMACS is a NJ Department of Education Professional Development Provider.

WHAT IS DIMACS?

DIMACS, Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, was founded as an NSF Science and Technology Center and is a collaborative project of Rutgers, Princeton, AT&T Labs, Bell Labs, NEC Laboratories America and Telcordia Technologies. Affiliate Members: Avaya Labs, HP Labs, IBM Research, Microsoft Research. Funding for DIMACS comes from the National Science Foundation and the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology.


Mail to: dci@dmac.rutgers.edu
Last modified: October 26, 2005.