Jessica Micallef wins Association for Computing Machinery Fellowship
Jessica Micallef, a Michigan State University physics and computational science graduate student, has received one of twelve 2017 Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on High Performance Computing (ACM SIGHPC)/Intel Computational and Data Science Fellowships.
The highly competitive fellowship provides $15,000 per year for up to five years to support graduate research in computational and data science. Micallef was one of 12 students from universities around the world recognized for her excellence in computational science and her potential to serve as a leader and role model for other students of diverse backgrounds in the field.
For more detailed information, see this article on the College of Natural Science site.