CCS Fellows Program

Join In, Make a Difference, Stand Out

The CCS Fellows Program inspires a new generation of leaders in computational science by offering students the opportunity to work in a broad cross‐disciplinary research setting. This is a prestigious designation awarded to students selected by a multi-disciplinary Steering Committee from a pool of applicants. It is usually presented to two undergraduate students and two graduate students per year, from any program or department at UM.

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How to Apply

The application process is simple: interested students complete the application form, listing their computational skill sets and describing the areas of research that fascinate them. Applicants are encouraged to think about research in a cross-disciplinary way, and to challenge the traditional boundaries of scientific discovery. They may propose a project that they would like to work on, but this is not a requirement, as we would normally match them with mentors that have similar research interests, and with whom they could develop a suitable project.


The 2016-2017 CCS Fellows Program

Announcement Date:    August 2016
Application Deadline:   TBD

CCS Fellows Application Form  (2016-2017 Application Process not yet open.)

Submit a completed application with all supporting documents via email to A helpful checklist is included at the bottom of the second page to assist with this process.




Pictured below L to R: 3 of our 2014-2015 CCS Fellows with CCS Center Director Dr. Nicholas Tsnioremas:  Undergraduate Fellow Lyssa Goldberg, graduate Fellow Chun Wu, undergraduate Fellow Katherine Dale, and Dr. Sawsan Khuri, Director of Engagement (graduate Fellow Matthew Field was presenting at a national cancer conference when this photo was taken at the CCS Fellows Symposium on Friday, April 17, 2015).
Group photo Center for Computational Science 2014-15 CCS Fellows


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