New research opportunity at the

Elvin Joel Estrada Garcia's picture



Friday, 16 October 2015

I?m pleased to announce that the Lawrence Berkeley Lab?s Computing Sciences
is launching a new research opportunity for faculty and students from
diverse backgrounds (see attached flyer).

This program, developed under a partnership between Sustainable Horizons
Institute and Berkeley Lab?s Computing Sciences, is designed for faculty
from a variety of institutions including Minority Serving Institutions
(MSI) and women?s colleges who are supporting students from
under-represented or under-privileged backgrounds. Faculty benefit from
collaborative leading-edge research with computing scientists at Berkeley
Lab. Students who accompany the faculty work side-by-side on exciting
research projects using state of the art equipment and tools.

To facilitate the matching of faculty to Berkeley Lab research projects,
selected faculty will be invited to a workshop at Berkeley Lab on December
7-8, 2015. Matched faculty and their students will begin the collaborations
with an intensive 10-week research experience during the summer of 2016 and
be eligible for up to three summers of support, after which the
expectations are for the staff and faculty to obtain other funding.

*The application deadline is: Friday, October 16, 2015*

Its a great opportunity for faculty to develop long term research
collaborations with scientists at Berkeley Labs. Faculty can bring up to 2
students to the lab.

Research areas are listed in the flyer and focus on computing,
computational science and engineering, applied mathematics, and related

Information is available on the website here:



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