Last deadline was 12/1/17. We will post any future opportunities here. The John von Neumann Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Computational Science offers an exceptional opportunity to conduct innovative research in computational mathematics and scientific computing on advanced computing architectures. Von Neumann Fellows apply their research findings to a broad range of science and engineering problems of national importance.
Last deadline was 12/11/17. Amy future opportunity will be posted here. Creating gender equality in the field of computer science by encouraging women to excel in computing and technology and become active leaders and role models in the field.
Last deadline was 12/13/17 Any new opportunity will be posted here. THE NVIDIA GRAD FELLOWSHIP is open and is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 academic year. NVIDIA just launched their 17th Annual Graduate Fellowship Program, which advances the frontiers of science by awarding grants and providing technical support to graduate students who are doing outstanding GPU-based research.
Last deadline was 1/10/18. The Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Stewardship Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE NNSA SSGF) provides excellent financial benefits and professional development opportunities to students pursuing a Ph.D. in fields of study that solve complex science and engineering problems critical to stewardship science.
Last deadline was 1/17/18. Computational science is interdisciplinary by nature, using algorithms, mathematics and computers to analyze and solve scientific and engineering problems. The DOE-CSGF’s unusual program of study helps nurture this crosscutting foundation.
Blue Waters Graduate Fellowships provide PhD students with a year of support, including a $38,000stipend, up to $12,000 in tuition allowance, an allocation of up to 50,000 node-hours on the powerful Blue Waters petascale computing system, and funds for travel to a Blue Waters Symposium to present research progress and results.
Graduate and undergraduate students have the opportunity to participate in the laboratory’s research and development programs, initiate new areas of research, and establish a base for ongoing collaborations through NREL’s Research Participant Program (RPP).
Last deadline was 4/30/2018. ACM SIGHPC and Intel have partnered to create Computational and Data Science Fellowships, a 5-year program to increase the diversity of students pursuing graduate degrees in data science and computational science. Specifically targeted at women or students from racial/ethnic backgrounds that have not traditionally participated in the computing field, the program is open to students pursuing degrees at institutions anywhere in the world.
This is the UM internal deadline for nominations. The Schmidt Science Fellows program aims to equip the next generation of leaders and innovators with the tools and opportunities to drive world-changing advances across the sciences and society by giving them a year of scientific broadening between their PhD and the start of their research career. In partnership with the Rhodes Trust and elite academic institutions from across the globe, we aim to assemble a diverse array of Fellows who have recently completed PhDs in the sciences and engineering, and challenge them to expand their scientific and societal horizons.
The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program (Dept of Defense) has been established by the Department of Defense (DoD) to support undergraduate and graduate students pursuing technical degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The program aims to increase the number of civilian scientists and engineers working at DoD laboratories.
Program Eligibility requirements:
- a citizen of the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or United Kingdom,
- 18 years of age or older as of August 1, 2019,
- able to participate in summer internships at a DoD facility,
- willing to accept post-graduate employment with the DoD,
- a student in good standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale at the time of award and,
- pursuing a technical undergraduate or graduate degree in one of the disciplines listed on the About SMART page.
Benefits of the program include:
- Full tuition and education related fees (does not include items such as meal plans, housing, or parking)
- Cash award paid at a rate of $25,000 – $38,000 depending on degree pursuing (may be prorated depending on award length)
- Summer research internships
- Health insurance allowance up to $1,200 per calendar year
- Miscellaneous Supplies Allowance of $1,000 per academic year
- Employment placement after graduation