This program, developed under a partnership between Sustainable Horizons Institute and Berkeley Lab’s Computing Sciences, is designed for faculty from variety of institutions including Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) and women’s, and community 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.
Every summer, the Computing Sciences Area hires dozens of undergrad and graduate students, as well as faculty-student teams, to work with our scientists and engineers in address challenges in scientific computing and networking. Students majoring in computational science, computer science, mathematics and related science and engineering fields are encourage to contact us and apply for summer research positions. Participants will work on projects in computational research, high performance computing, high speed networking or a collaboration of each, under the guidance of one or more staff members. Berkeley Lab, located in Berkeley, California, is a world leader in computing, biological, physical, materials, chemical, and energy sciences research.