DEIXIS, The DOE CSGF Annual, highlights the diverse research and professional experiences of program fellows and alumni. Toggle through our 17 issues and click on an individual image to download a PDF copy of that particular issue. Contact us to request a printed copy of the current issue.

2019 Highlights

Alumni News: Former fellows are playing leading roles in the Department of Energy's ascent to exascale computing.

Fellow Profiles:

  • Casey Berger left Hollywood to pursue quantum conundrums at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
  • Julia Ebert herds robots and tackles technology problems at Harvard University.
  • Max Bremer blows away limits on hurricane model performance at the University of Texas at Austin.
  • Stanford University's Carson Kent started working on DOE supercomputers in high school. He's still going.

Winning CYSE Contest Essay: Jacob Bringewatt takes readers down on the farm to understand quantum computing.

Howes Scholars in Computational Science: Chelsea Harris of Michigan State University and Adam Riesselman of Insitro, a drug-discovery company.

Interview: DOE CSGF alumnus Jarrod McClean on making quantum computers useful.