The speed of modern computing algorithms is limited by the basic operations allowed by classical physics. With the advent of quantum computing, there could be faster and more unique methods to solve a variety of problems. In order to create a quantum computer, liquid nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy can be utilized.
As technology continues to mature, scientific data can be collected and gathered quicker than it can be analyzed. While computer programs can conduct data analysis, there are certain research problems and data sets that are easier, faster, and far more efficient to have the human senses analyze.
Our project, under the guidelines of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh 2010 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU), aims to design a community-based hypertext lesson collaboration website, named JGIVE.
Demonstrating the collected efforts of three computer science students, this presentation will display several distinct applications of program design.