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Working towards integration of education and research in the mathematical and computational sciences.

Rutgers University

2000 Program: July 10 - August 4, 2000
Year 2 Program: July 23 - August 3, 2001

Where should a hospital be located for the best community service?
What is the best route for a garbage truck to pick up garbage in the city?
What is the optimal way to allocate to commercial and government users a limited amount of radio/television spectrum?
Is there a similarity between the DNA sequence for a cancer-causing gene and one that stimulates growth?

Mathematics or computer science teachers or supervisors of grades 9-12, as well as researchers in graph theory.

* Take a 2 week course in Graph Theory.
* Partner with active research scientists.
* Participate in a research workshop.
* Engage in a real research project.
* Develop materials to bring back to your classroom.

All positions are now filled.
Return to the DCI website for upcoming details on DCI '01.

PLEASE NOTE: Applicants must have e-mail access from May, 2000 - August, 2001.

Description of the Education Program

  Participants Syllabus - Weeks 1-2
  Booklist Requirements for Weeks 3-4
  Technology Reference Page

All Institute Speakers
  Week 1 Week 1
  Week 2 Week 2
  Week 3 Week 3
  Week 4 Week 4
Year 2
  High School Student Research Conference, April 28, 2001
  DCI 2001
For further information or question, contact:

Christine Spassione
DCI Program Coordinator
Rutgers University
96 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8018 USA

Email: dci@dimacs.rutgers.edu
Phone: (732) 445-5930
Fax: (732) 445-5932

Page last updated: June 28, 2001