Supercomputers, data collections, new tools, digital services, increased productivity for thousands of scientists around the world...
Sound exciting? These are some of the topics you can learn more about through the XSEDE Scholars Program.
The XSEDE Scholars Program (XSP) is a program for U.S. students from underrepresented groups in the area of computational sciences. As a Scholar, you will learn more about high performance computing and XSEDE resources, network with cutting-edge researchers and professional leaders, and belong to a cohort of student peers to establish a community of academic leaders. In particular, the focus is on the following underrepresented groups: African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, and women.
Meet the Scholars! Follow the links below to access their bios:
Check here for the 2014-2015 application in the near future.
Application deadline: April 1, 2014
Acceptance notification: April 15, 2014
XSEDE Scholars will receive a travel grant to attend the XSEDE14 conference in Atlanta, GA (July 13-18, 2014) and will participate in at least six online sessions throughout the year including training in preparation for XSEDE 14. Undergraduate participants will be encouraged to consider future graduate studies and research careers. Both graduate and undergraduate students will gain support through in-person and online community activities.
Email program manager Juliet K. Stipeche at email@example.com to join the Scholars listserv if you are a student interested in receiving emails about the XSEDE Scholars Application and online activities throughout the year including computing workshops, webinar mentoring sessions, and research/intern opportunities.
The webinars are open to all students interested in the computational sciences.Past recorded computing sessions are also available on the XSEDE Scholars Program Course Material page.
The XSEDE Scholars Program is directed by Richard Tapia, Rice University professor and 2011 National Medal of Science recipient, and managed by Juliet K. Stipeche at Rice University.