Are you interested in computational science research? Are you thinking about applying to a Ph.D. program and using modeling and simulations in your research?
The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering (MICDE) invites you to learn more about the Clare Boothe Luce Program (CBL) for women in computational sciences at the University of Michigan, and the joint Ph.D. program in Scientific Computing. The CBL program will fund two Ph.D. students in Fall 2019 that will apply scientific computing, computational sciences and algorithms in their research.
Program eligibility requirements:
- Female, U.S. citizen
- Applying for a PhD program in the College of Engineering, or in one of the following departments or programs in the College of Literature, Science & the Arts: Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics, Applied Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics
- Enrolling in the joint Ph.D. in Scientific Computing program
- Joining an MICDE affiliated faculty member’s research group
- Candidates must start their PhD program in Fall 2019
Fellowship benefits include:
- Annual stipend of $35,000 for 3 years
- Tuition for 3 years
- Health coverage that includes full-year health insurance, prescription drug plan, dental and vision
- A $4K MICDE top-off fellowship for computing equipment and resources, travel to conferences/workshops or books
To learn more about the program please email firstname.lastname@example.org.