The Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship naturally attracts high achievers. They enter the program with strong academic and professional records. They leave trained and primed to apply high-performance computing to some of the nation’s most pressing problems. Many work in the federal science establishment, while others take posts in academia or industry. Nearly all establish outstanding records of accomplishment. Below, several DOE CSGF alumni discuss how the fellowship influenced their careers.


  • Jordan
    Atlas
    As a software analyst, Atlas uses skills gained in the fellowship every day...
  • Allison
    Baker
    As a computational scientist working in climate modeling, Baker uses her interdisciplinary skills every day...
  • Jay
    Bardhan
    The fellowship redirected Bardhan from a course to Silicon Valley and into researching protein models at a university...
  • Julianne
    Chung
    The fellowship's interdisciplinary nature has been beneficial to Chung's research and teaching...
  • Asegun
    Henry
    Henry, a Georgia Tech assistant professor, has a challenging goal: solving the energy problem...
  • Anubhav
    Jain
    Jain started out pursuing a career as an experimentalist, but happily landed in computational materials science...