A team of four UT students along with a student from Hardin Valley Academy and Oak Ridge High School are heading to Denver to compete in the SC!13′s international student supercomputing cluster competition. The competition is designed to introduce the next generation of students to the high powered computing community. During the last couple of years, it has drawn teams from around the world, including Canada, China, Costa Rica, Germany, Russia, and Taiwan. This year, UT’s team is one of eight from the U.S., Germany, China, and Australia selected to compete in the event’s Standard Track. To read more, visit the National Institute for Computational Sciences’ website.