Department of Energy Computational Sciences Fellowship
ETSU Faculty Representative:
Dr. Harold Zimmerman
Director for External Fellowships and Scholarships
Office: Yoakley 204
Phone: (423) 439- 6074
Award: Full tuition and fees to the
university of your choice, a yearly stipend of approximately
$33,000, a travel and research budget of $1000, and a matching
grant of up to approximately $2500 to go towards a computer
workstation needed for the recipient's graduate study (if
applicable). The fellowship is renewable for up to four years.
Eligibility: Applicants must be US
citizens or permanent resident aliens and in either their senior
year of their undergraduate program or the first two years of a
graduate program leading to a PhD.
Students must also intend their graduate coursework to
concentrate in all three of the following areas: (1) a
scientific or engineering discipline; (2) computer science; or
(3) applied mathematics.
When to Apply: Applications are
usually due in early January.
Sponsored by the US Department of Energy's
Office of Science and National Nuclear Security Administration,
the Computational Science Graduate Fellowship is designed to
offer support to exceptionally promising graduate students in
the sciences and engineering whose work employs high-performance
computing. Possible study areas include, but are not limited to,
Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering, Applied Mathematics,
Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical and
Computer Engineering, Environmental Science and Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, and Physics. If the
fellowship is accepted, recipients must promise not to perform
support activities (i.e. grade, teach, etc) while on the
Fellowship. S/he must also attend a yearly meeting of Fellows
held in the summer each year in Washington DC.
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