Ethan Madden, a computer and information technology major, is one of six students traveling to Germany June 16 to compete in the International Supercomputing Conference Student Cluster Challenge.
The Purdue team is one of nine in the competition, which takes place in Leipzig, Germany. The University of Colorado is the only other team from the United States. The other teams are from institutions in China and Germany - both countries with two teams - Costa Rica, Scotland and South Africa.
(Photo: Purdue's team for the student supercomputing competition at the ISC international supercomputing conference in Germany includes, from left Tyler Reid, Ethan Madden, Nick Molo, Kurt Kroeger, Spencer Julian, Trevor Johnson and staff advisers Stephen Harrell and Andy Howard. (ITaP photo))