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June 17th, 2007
Students Unlock the World of Advanced Computing
Judges were impressed with the performance of Shivam Verma, a high school student at the North Allegheny Intermediate School in Pittsburgh. "It was clear why Shivam won first place in the Cyberinfrastructure Impact competition," said Jesse Bemley. "Shivam is a charismatic young man who knew his subject area extremely well. He built the model robot, which he demonstrated, and his paper was very high quality."
Verma said he is interested in nanotechnology, biotechnology and bioengineering. "I think there is a great need for supercomputing in our world."
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