The Institute for Computing in Research is a consortium of scientists and students who work on research and pedagogical aspects of using advanced computing methods for scientific research. Any application of computing to physical science, life science, social science as well as arts and humanities is of interest to our researchers. We are located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Our goal is to develop the best ways to train students to be researchers. The key component of this is our research internship program for students finishing 10th, 11th and 12th grade. In this program we address a significant problem: almost all the prestigious research opportunities for youth go to students from privileged families who have connections to laboratories and universities. The Institute’s approach to recruiting students and pairing them with world-class volunteer mentors, and our offering a stipend to interns, solves this problem.
We are a non-profit organization, sponsored by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library. At this time our financial support comes from small donations from private donors.
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