NETSCI HIGH 2012/2013

This was the first year of NetSci High: Network Science for the Next Generation, supported by the NSF ITEST program and organized by Boston University, the New York Hall of Science, SUNY Binghamton and West Point Military Academy.

Five teams made up of students, teachers, and researchers worked throughout the year on network science research projects, culminating in a presentation at Conference Day at Boston University in July 2013.



Andover High School, Boston University

Binghamton University Academy, Boston University

       "Interactive Simulations and Games for Teaching about Networks"

Boston University Academy, Dana Farber/Harvard Medical School

       "Mapping Protein Networks in Three Dimensions"

New York

Newburgh Free Academy, West Point Network Science Center (2 teams)

       "Mainand North Campus: Are We Really Connected?"        [Presentation]

       "High School Communication: Electronic or Face-to-Face?"       [Presentation]

Vestal High School, SUNY Binghamton

       "An analysis of the networks of product creation and trading in the virtual economy of  Team Fortress 2"