- Last Updated: Monday, 28 April 2014 12:22
SC Associate Professor Ming Ye has been selected as a 2012 recipient of the Department of Energy Early Career Award for his proposal, Computational Bayesian Framework for Quantification and Reduction of Predictive Uncertainty in Groundwater Reactive Transport Modeling. Ye was one of only 68 selectees chosen based on peer review of over 850 proposals and the only person selected for the award from FSU.
SC Ph.D. student Michelle Perry has been selected to attend the European-US HPC Summer School in Dublin, Ireland, June 24-28, 2012. The award was based on Perry’s research which focuses on constructing and optimizing Bayesian Neural Networks and their application to High Energy Physics data. By attending the week-long seminar, Perry will augment her knowledge of her own research area and become better acquainted with other research areas in computational science.
The 2012 Computational Xposition was the largest and best ever, with more posters, more attendees, and more diverse research than ever before. Click here for photos of the Xpo.