The program review connects fellows, alumni and friends through presentations, poster sessions and casual conversation.

Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship scholars are part of an innovative group learning to use high performance computing to solve scientific and engineering problems. The DOE CSGF Annual Program Review makes it possible for these fellows – as well as program alumni, DOE staff, faculty and other members of the fellowship community – to share ideas, support one another and discover research opportunities at Department of Energy laboratories. Taking place each summer in Washington D.C., the event facilitates attendance by DOE management personnel and Congressional members and staff, so that they may see for themselves the results of the fellowship program. In addition, fellows can take advantage of this opportunity to visit with their Congressional representatives and engage in dialogue concerning science and technology.

2020 Virtual Meeting: Join Us on Zoom, July 13-15

Given the uncertain future of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 DOE CSGF Program Review has moved to a three-day virtual format. Fourth-year fellows will give their outgoing presentations via Zoom and invitations will be sent the week of June 8. Fellows, alumni, academic advisors, university coordinators, practicum coordinators, DOE laboratory staff and other fellowship friends are asked to preregister for access and to receive meeting updates; meanwhile, questions should be directed to the Krell team. A daily agenda (talk schedule) will be added to this website in early July.

Looking ahead to next summer, please mark your calendar for the 2021 gathering (July 18-22 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia), when we'll mark the fellowship's 30th anniversary. We also welcome you to view our collection of past program review agendas, presentations and photos.