Uzi Vishkin's research teaches Ph.D. level parallel programming at Thomas Jefferson High School in Alexandria, VA

May 15, 2012

Uzi Vishkin's Supercomputer research is being used to teach parallel programming to area high schoolers. Vishkin and his research team built XMT, a desktop supercomputer which might solve parallel programming pains. Taking the XMT technology to the classroom provided an extremely productive educational experience for my students, said local teacher. See article, here.