Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply now to the 2021 Computational Physics Student Summer Workshop, sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory’s X-Computational Physics Division, in cooperation with other related divisions including Theoretical Design and Computer, Computational, and Statistical Sciences.
This summer workshop is a paid internship held at the Computational Physics division of Los Alamos National Laboratory. The workshop runs for 10 weeks during the summer from June 7 – August 14, 2021
Applications for the workshop are due by January 19, 2021.
The goal of the Computational Physics Student Summer Workshop is to bring a diverse group of exceptional undergraduate and graduate students for informative, enriching lectures and to work with LANL staff for 10 weeks on interesting and relevant projects that may culminate in articles or conference presentations.
Students are organized into small teams working under the guidance of one or more mentors. Each participant is awarded a fellowship that typically ranges from $8,500 to $15,000 based on academic rank (junior, senior, 1st year graduate student, etc.)
The workshop will also consist of lectures, teamwork, and mentoring to help the attending students learn about computational physics and enhance their career.
If the workshop is held remotely, a series of career-enrichment talks are planned as well as some virtual social hours
To learn more about the workshop see the 2021 Computational Physics Student Summer Workshop Flyer.
For instructions on how to apply see: http://compphysworkshop.lanl.gov. Applications are accepted from US citizens only.