XSEDE Scholars Program
The XSEDE Scholars Program extended skills to underrepresented students in the areas of supercomputers, data collections, new tools, digital services and increased productivity for thousands of scientists around the world.
The XSEDE Scholars Program (XSP) served U.S. students from underrepresented groups in the area of computational science (2011-2017). Participants learned about high performance computing and XSEDE resources, networked with cutting-edge researchers and professional leaders, and were part of a cohort that established a community of academic leaders.
Meet the some of the Scholars! Follow the links below to access their bios:
- Received a stipend of $5000 and 30,000 computing service unit hours to work on an HPC educational/research internship during the academic year.
- Received a travel grant to attend the annual XSEDE Conference (PEARC)
- Met other XSEDE Scholars in special sessions at the XSEDE conference and via an online community throughout the year
- Participated in at least six online technical training and mentoring webinars with other XSEDE scholars
- Networked with leaders in the XSEDE research community
- Learned about research, internships, and career opportunities
- Traveled and participated in the 2-week Blue Waters Petascale Institute
Past recorded computing sessions are available on the XSP Course Materials page.
The XSP was directed by Professor Richard Tapia, recipient of the 2011 Medal of Science, professor in the Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics and Director of the Center for Excellence and Equity in Education at Rice University.