|Blue Waters Undergraduate Petascale Internship Program|
We are actively recruiting undergraduate faculty and students:
Support is provided by the NSF-funded Blue Waters Project for sustained petascale computing to support year-long undergraduate internship experiences involving the application of high-performance computing to problems in the sciences, engineering, or mathematics. The program provides a student stipend totaling $5000, a two-week intensive high-performance computing workshop, and travel to the SC11 supercomputing conference in Seattle.
This program provides support for undergraduate internship activities at any accredited degree granting institution in the United States. The internships awarded through this program may be to students working with a faculty mentor on their home campus, or at another campus. Interested faculty need to create a position description through our site, and can specify a particular student that the position is intended for, or may select a qualified applicant with Blue Waters support through our program.
A PowerPoint slide is available to let students know about the program (if your browser or e-mail client appends a ".doc" suffix to this file, you will need to remove that suffix to open the file with PowerPoint). In addition, poster-sized and handout-sized flyers are available (in pdf format) to inform students and colleagues about this program.
Student applications and intern position descriptions from faculty must be submitted by March 31, 2011. Be sure to click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the web form to be entered into our system. Review and selection will be conducted in early April, with notifications being made by April 15.
A two-week workshop will be held May 29 through June10. Interns are expected to work full-time over the Summer, and as their schedule allows during the academic year. Work plans will need to be arranged by the student and faculty mentor, and approved by the Blue Waters Undergraduate Petascale Education Program.
Through our website: