• Computational Science Research at Krell Institute (Krell Institute)
    Booth R0855
    Barbara Helland, helland@krellinst.org

      At Krell Institute, we ensure that students at all levels have the opportunity to study and work in scientifically and technologically complex areas throughout their careers. Specifically, our Booth will highlight research conducted by the next generation of scientists and technologists in two fellowships administered by Krell and will demonstrate a computer-based computational science curriculum for K-12 teachers. The Krell Booth will focus on the Department of Energys Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (CSGF) and the High-Performance Computer Science Fellowship (HPCSF) sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories. CSGF fellows carry out research in a wide variety of resource-intensive computational science areas including turbulent combustion, protein folding, and transport theory. HPCSF fellows concentrate their research in the high-performance computing areas of scalable operating/run-time systems, hierarchical program systems, compiler design, networking research, performance modeling, and component architectures. For more information, see http://www.krellinst.org/