Rebecca Hartman-Baker was chosen for her skills in high-performance computing, building a diverse community, and communicating the potential of computational science.
Their research focuses on pulsed power, physics, materials science and engineering, and mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Raspberry Simpson chose the prestigious school after attending its summer research program.
The agency's website features comments from each fellow and their formal program portraits.
The four students will serve at least two 12-week residencies at one of four DOE NNSA facilities. They begin their fellowships this fall.
A Sandia researcher applies his DOE early-career award to improving predictive reliability in high-performance computing.