Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
Any U.S. accredited university
TimeMonday, 9 November 20209am - 8pm EST
DescriptionThe Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF) provides up to four years of funding for students pursuing doctoral degrees in fields that use high-performance computing to solve problems in science and engineering.
The program also funds doctoral students in applied mathematics, statistics or computer science who are pursuing research that will contribute to more effective use of emerging high-performance computing systems.
Payment of full tuition and required fees at any U.S. accredited university; $38,000 yearly stipend; a 12-week research practicum at a national laboratory; an annual program review for fellows, alumni, university and DOE laboratory staff; and an opportunity to join a supportive and engaged community of scientific leaders.
The DOE CSGF is open to U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents who will be enrolled in or entering full-time, uninterrupted study toward a Ph.D. by the fall start of their first fellowship term. Those selected for the program must also attend an accredited U.S. university.
The following criteria will be used to determine the eligibility of those applying for DOE CSGF. Measured at the time of application, eligibility will be extended to:
1. Undergraduate seniors
2. Applicants with no more than B.S. or B.A. degrees who are not enrolled in graduate school
3. First-year graduate students (M.S. degree or Ph.D. students with out an M.S. degree)
4. Enrolled M.S. degree students beyond their first year provided that they plan full-time, uninterrupted study toward a Ph.D. at: 1)a different academic institution, or 2) in a different academic department
5. Applicants with no more than M.S. degrees who are not currently enrolled AND who will not have been enrolled in graduate school for two years prior to resuming graduate studies
6. First-year Ph.D. students with an M.S. degree provided that they 1) completed the M.S. degree within two years at a different academic institution, 2) completed the M.S. degree within two years in a different academic department, or 3) prior to current enrollment they had not been enrolled in graduate school for at least two years.
Applications due January 13, 2021