“Science is more essential for our prosperity, our security, our health, our environment, and our quality of life than it has ever been before.”
- remarks by President Obama at the National Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting on April 27, 2009
Join the community of the country's top computational scientists and engineers.
Fellows in the Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF) program are using high performance computing to better understand fundamental properties of the world and universe around us, and to solve complex problems in areas of national importance, such as climate change and sustainable energy sources.
The tremendous benefits and opportunities these students receive have a lasting impact on their lives.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Field of Study: Human Genetics & Molecular Biology
Practicum: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
University of California, San Diego
Field of Study: Dynamics of Systems Biology
Practicums: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2008, 2009)
Hometown: Tarzana, Calif.
California Institute of Technology
Field of Study: Physics
Practicum: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Hometown: Los Alamos, N.M.
Field of Study: Theoretical Chemistry
Practicum: Los Alamos National Laboratory
Hometown: Saddle Brook, N.J.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Field of Study: Condensed Matter Theory
Practicum: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Hometown: Miami, Fla.
University of Memphis
Field of Study: Computational Developmental Psycholinguistics
Practicum: Argonne National Laboratory
Hometown: Chappaqua, N.Y.
University of California, Berkeley
Field of Study: Computational Condensed Matter Theory
Practicum: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Hometown: Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Ten New Fellows Named
Congratulations to the 2013-14 incoming class of DOE CSGF recipients who will begin their studies in the fall. Read more.
Online registration is now open for the 2013 DOE CSGF Annual Program Review to be held July 25-27 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Va. Visit the website to view the complete agenda, make travel plans and hotel arrangements, and register for this important meeting of leaders in computational science and engineering.
Alumna's Work Published in PNAS
The infant vocalization research findings of Anne Warlaumont and her University of Memphis colleagues were recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Read more here.