Submitted by aneri pattani on Wed, 01/27/2016 - 23:35
Combinatorics and Algorithms Applied to Real Problems
University of Maryland at College Park
June 6, 2016
August 12, 2016
Hrs / Week
March 15, 2016
Computer Science Students often learn PRACTICAL skills of programming and algorithm design, and THEORETICAL material such as discrete math and algorithms. What is sometimes lacking is seeing how the THEORY can apply to the PRACTICE. In this program students get to do research projects with faculty where they use theoretical tools to solve real world problems.
All undergrads who have a basic understanding of Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics, and Computer Programming are encouraged to apply.
Number of Participants
Housing is provided. Travel within American is provided. Meal Card is provided.