The program covers the three high-energy physics areas: cosmic, energy, and intensity and is aimed at computationally oriented graduate students interested in new educational, training, and research opportunities. Graduate students attending U.S. institutions have the opportunity to push forward their scientific projects and to be exposed to a number of leading-edge computational areas including next-generation architectures, the use of high-performance computing resources for data-intensive tasks, and analysis of large-scale data sets.
Interns work at Fermilab National Accelerator Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory or Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
- Enrollment in a qualified graduate program
- Strong computing or computational background
- U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
- Proof of identity and eligibility to work in the U.S.
- Curriculum vitae
- Statement of current research
- Short statement regarding benefit of program participation to current work and future career
- One letter of recommendation from research adviser
- Exit survey