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Students return following summer internships

Grad students Feifei Xu, Qinguang Quan, and Ryan Learn interned this summer at research laboratories, both abroad and at home in the U.S. Each student spent eight to ten weeks working with a professor/mentor on one or more research projects. The internships provided an ideal opportunity for the students to match analytical skills and computer aptitude to a select research environment.

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Ye recieves Developing Scholar Award

Associate professor and computational hydrologist Ming Ye is a 2014 recipient of the university’s Developing Scholar Award, an honor bestowed on mid-career, associate professor level faculty to support their research programs. Ye was selected as a Developing Scholar by the university’s Council on Research & Creativity, the Vice President for Research, and the President.

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New Honors in the Major Program Course for Upper Division Students

Beginning Fall 2014, the Department of Scientific Computing will offer ISC 4971, an Honors in the Major Program course. The Program was developed to encourage undergraduate students to explore their major discipline in greater depth by completing a research or creative project.

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Cheung begins internship at ORNL

On June 9th, SC grad student James Cheung will begin a summer internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Cheung will study with Cory Hauck at ORNL’s Computer Science and Mathematics Division at Oak Ridge.

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Xu selected as visiting scholar in Beijing

Feifei Xu will spend this summer in China as a visiting scholar at the Beijing Computational Science Research Center. Xu plans to work with mathematician Qiang Du researching adaptive mesh refinement for peridynamic models. Established in 2009, the research center carries out fundamental, frontier research with advanced computational approaches in multidisciplinary mixes of mathematics, mechanics, physics, chemistry, materials science, and computational science.

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