2019 Gator Computing Program

The Gator Computing Program is for high school students entering 10th and 11th grade, and offers an incredible opportunity to learn from UF’s preeminent research facilities. During this two-week program, student participants have the chance to discover and explore several scientific applications and environments – including tours of campus laboratories – and use what they learn to tackle real world problems as part of a project team.

The program is a non-residence activity that ran from Monday June 3 through Friday June 14.

Download the program flyer: Gator Computing Program Pamphlet 2019

A short introduction to the program can be seen in this video:

In addition, we have a video of the students attending the program that can be seen on the UF MediaSite page.

Invited Faculty Lecturers

Professor Kristy Boyer, Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering
Professor Melanie Correl, Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering
Professor Sid Dobrin, Department of English
Professor Rob Guralnick, Department of Natural History
Professor Gregory Kiker, Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering
Professor Mindy McAdams, Department of Journalism
Professor Rafael Munoz-Carpena, Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering
Professor Vesika Narayanan, Department of Astronomy
Professor Marco Salemi, Emerging Pathogens Institute
Professor Pam Soltis, Florida Museum
Professor Alina Zare, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Lab Tours

3D Printing & MADE@UF
Digital Worlds Institute
Florida Institute of CyberSecurity
Gator MotorSports
McGuire Center for Lepidoptera & Biodiversity
Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research
Powell Lab (Hurricane and Costal Research
TRACE Augmented Reality Criticisms
UF Data Center
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research Program