Supercomputer Naming Contest
To increase awareness of his new parallel computing technology, Professor Uzi Vishkin invited the public to propose names for a new supercomputer prototype, a model for the next generation of personal computers (see press release and media coverage). The winning entry should reflect the features and bold aspirations of the new machine and its parallel computing capabilities.
The winner will earn a cash prize of $500, as well as the distinction of having
named this advance in computing technology. Employees of the University of
Maryland are not eligible. Click here for the full
contest rules and restrictions.
The deadline for submissions was September 30, 2007.
The contest is now closed.
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