From November 18 to 21, students from all over the world will demonstrate their skills in building and running supercomputers during a supercomputing competition SC19 in Denver, USA. For the first time, a joint team form the Baltic States will take part in the competition. Latvia will be represented by Rihards Henelis, a student at Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Riga Technical University.

The team from University of Tartu and Riga Technical University will be one of the 16 student teams participating in the competition.

More information about Student Cluster Competition SC19 available here. More information about the joint team from the Baltic States available here.