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Graduate Fellowships and Post Doc Opportunities


Thinking about a career in computational science and engineering but not quite sure where to get practical work experience? You have come to the right place! Graduate students and post docs can find fellowship opportunities worldwide right at your fingertips. While there will be a flurry of announcements each year for summer fellowships, please be sure to check what is offered all throughout the year.




JPL Summer Graduate Internship Program

    Location: La Cañada Flintridge, CA
    Hiring Institution: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    Apply By: April 30, 2015
    Posted date: February 16, 2015

    The JPL Summer Internship Program offers 10-week, full-time, summer internship opportunities at JPL to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. As part of their internships, students are partnered with JPL scientists or engineers, who serve as the students' mentors. Students complete designated projects outlined by their mentors, gaining educational experience in their fields of study while also contributing to NASA and JPL missions and science. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in a number of enrichment activities, including tours, lectures and career advisement, arranged by the JPL Education Office.



Open Science Grid User School

    Location: Madison, WI
    Hiring Institution: University of Wisconsin
    Apply By: May 01, 2015
    Posted date: April 11, 2015

    If you could access thousands, maybe millions of hours of computing, how would it transform your research? What discoveries might you make? We are looking for students to apply for and attend this valuable training, where they will learn to use high throughput computing (HTC) to harness vast amounts of computing power for research. Using lectures, discussions, roleplays, and lots of hands-on work with OSG experts in HTC, students will learn how HTC systems work, how to run and manage many jobs and huge datasets to implement a full scientific computing workflow, and where to turn for help and more info. Ideal candidates are science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) graduate students whose research demands large-scale computing. Also, we will consider applications from post-doctoral students, faculty, staff, and advanced undergraduates, so make a good case for you!



Summer Training Workshop in Biomolecular Simulations

    Location: Pasadena, CA
    Hiring Institution: California Institute of Technology
    Apply By: May 13, 2015
    Posted date: March 30, 2015

    The 2015 Summer Training Workshop in Bimolecular Simulations is an NSF-funded workshop that provides a hands-on opportunity for undergraduate students and first-year graduate students to learn both basic scientific computing practices and a wide variety of molecular dynamics (MD) simulation techniques. The scientific computing topics covered this year will include command line automation, data analysis with Python, and version control. The MD topics will span the basics of the entire simulation process from system setup to trajectory analysis, as well as more advanced topics including using polarizable force fields, parametrizing small molecules, and running simulations on GPUs. Throughout the workshop students will make use of XSEDE computing resources and learn best practices for operating in supercomputing environments. To encourage undergraduate participation this workshop has no registration fees, free lodging, and attendees’ travel costs will be partially reimbursed.



XSEDE15 Student Program

    Location: St. Louis, MO
    Hiring Institution: XSEDE
    Apply By: July 26, 2015
    Posted date: March 21, 2015

    High School and College Students are Encouraged to Participate in the XSEDE15 Student Program XSEDE15, the fourth conference of XSEDE, the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment, will be held July 26-30, 2015, at the Marriott Renaissance Grand Hotel in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. XSEDE15 will showcase the discoveries, innovations, challenges and achievements of those who utilize and support XSEDE resources and services, as well as other digital resources and services, throughout the world. If you are a high school, undergraduate, or graduate student and are interested or engaged in computational research, we encourage you to participate in the XSEDE15 Student Program.



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