The Krell Institute is an established manager of the nation's top graduate fellowship programs, helping train the next-generation of leaders in science and technology.
But that's not all we do.
Krell also has developed science and technology educational materials and published computational science websites and magazines. We've organized scientific meetings and other events, large and small. And Krell and affiliated organizations are leading initiatives in energy-efficiency training and open-source supercomputing-toolkit development.
ASCR Discovery is a webzine that Krell maintains about the research that powers computational science – the use of computers to gain insight and understanding of scientific questions. It is a collaboration with the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research in the Department of Energy Office of Science, which sponsors the featured research. Inquiries or story ideas should be sent to Bill Cannon, editor.
DEIXIS Online is the frequently updated online companion to the eponymous annual publication of the Computational Science Graduate Fellowship, which Krell manages for DOE. DEIXIS covers the latest computational science breakthroughs at the DOE national laboratories. Inquiries or story ideas should be sent to Bill Cannon, editor.
Krell Energy Efficiency
Krell Energy Efficiency supports programs and initiatives related to energy and education. Krell Energy was established in collaboration with the Krell Institute to implement energy- and cost-saving programs for schools, industry and other institutions. Inquiries should be sent to Dr. Mary Schon, program manager.
Open|SpeedShop is a community effort by the Krell Institute with direct funding from DOE’s NNSA and Office of Science. It builds on a broad list of community infrastructures, most notably Dyninst and MRNet from the University of Wisconsin, libmonitor from Rice University, and PAPI from the University of Tennessee. Open|SpeedShop is an open-source, multi-platform Linux performance tool which is initially targeted to support performance analysis of applications running on both single-node and large-scale IA64, IA32, EM64T and AMD64 platforms. Inquiries should be sent to Jim Galarowicz or Don Maghrak.
Scientists' Bookshelf presents informed opinion and news on the latest offerings from academic and commercial publishers, spanning science, technology and math, policy and the history and philosophy of science. Scientists’ Bookshelf is published by the Krell Institute in cooperation with Sigma Xi and American Scientist magazine, which until 2013 had published Scientists’ Bookshelf in print since 1943. Inquiries or books for review consideration should be sent to Bill Cannon, editor.