Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF)(link is external)

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August 9, 2022

Alumnus Jordann Hoffmann (2014-2018) and team at Harvard University utilize geometry, machine, learning and high-performance computing to understand how insect embryos work. full article ❯ (link is external)

July 6, 2022

Ashlee N. Ford Versypt was honored for her research program where she designs and uses graphical user interfaces and hands-on computing activities as tools for chemical engineering education. full article ❯ (link is external)

June 29, 2022

Mansi Sakarvadia, who is working as a research aide at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) dives into her passion for HPC and what led her to apply for the DOE CSGF. full article ❯ (link is external)

December 8, 2022

Matthew Norman, Amanda Randles and Brenda Rubenstein earned supercomputing time for climate, microfluidics and quantum materials research. full article ❯

November 29, 2022

Danilo Perez Jr. helped devise an algorithm that accurately and rapidly identifies potentially dangerous viral variants. full article ❯

October 6, 2022

Edgar Solomonik and Jeffrey Hittinger are among academic and DOE laboratory researchers collaborating on problems of interest to DOE that require the integration of multiple mathematical topic areas. full article ❯

August 9, 2022

Alumnus Jordann Hoffmann (2014-2018) and team at Harvard University utilize geometry, machine, learning and high-performance computing to understand how insect embryos work. full article ❯ (link is external)

July 6, 2022

Ashlee N. Ford Versypt was honored for her research program where she designs and uses graphical user interfaces and hands-on computing activities as tools for chemical engineering education. full article ❯ (link is external)

June 29, 2022

Mansi Sakarvadia, who is working as a research aide at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) dives into her passion for HPC and what led her to apply for the DOE CSGF. full article ❯ (link is external)

December 8, 2022

Matthew Norman, Amanda Randles and Brenda Rubenstein earned supercomputing time for climate, microfluidics and quantum materials research. full article ❯

November 29, 2022

Danilo Perez Jr. helped devise an algorithm that accurately and rapidly identifies potentially dangerous viral variants. full article ❯

October 6, 2022

Edgar Solomonik and Jeffrey Hittinger are among academic and DOE laboratory researchers collaborating on problems of interest to DOE that require the integration of multiple mathematical topic areas. full article ❯
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Stanford University

There was so much more on the math and the physics side of things that I really wanted to learn.
Logan Kunka

Texas A&M University

If you know how to prevent it, then you also know how to control it.
Steven Torrisi

Harvard University

I've worked on a pretty dizzying array of different things.
K. Grace Johnson

Stanford University

There was so much more on the math and the physics side of things that I really wanted to learn.
Logan Kunka

Texas A&M University

If you know how to prevent it, then you also know how to control it.
Steven Torrisi

Harvard University

I've worked on a pretty dizzying array of different things.
K. Grace Johnson

Stanford University

There was so much more on the math and the physics side of things that I really wanted to learn.
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