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April 2001 High School Student Research Conference


Saturday, April 28, 2001

To see the Rutgers University Press Release describing the outcome of the conference from May, 2001, click here

To view the Offical Press Release via the Rutgers University Relations web site, click here

To view the information on the DCI 2002 High School Student Research Conference, click here

DIMACS, Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, a consortium of Rutgers and Princeton Universities, AT&T Labs, Bell Labs (Lucent Technologies), NEC Research Institute, and Telcordia Technologies, invites you to attend the DIMACS CONNECT INSTITUTE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT RESEARCH CONFERENCE. The conference, sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation and the AT&T Foundation, will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2001 on the Rutgers University campus in Piscataway, New Jersey.

The conference will feature presentations by high school students on their research on topics in graph theory and its applications to the problems of society. The research papers presented at the conference resulted from intensive academic year student research experiences following a summer 2000 program of research experiences for teachers as part of the DIMACS Connect Institute (DCI). Awards will be presented for the best research presentations.

All participants are invited to a luncheon sponsored by DIMACS.

For information about the DCI program in general and an announcement about the DCI program that starts in summer of 2001, see http://dmac.rutgers.edu/dci/.

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Registration no longer available for this conference.

There is no registration fee for all teachers who participated in DCI and their students. However, pre-registration is required. All other attendees, including DCI participants who do not pre-register, will be charged a $15.00 registration fee.

You should pre-register by April 8, 2001 to reserve your place.

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Questions? Contact Christine Spassione

Updated March 21, 2002