The Frontera fellowship program provides a year-long opportunity for talented graduate students to compute on the most powerful academic supercomputer in the world and collaborate with experts at the Texas Advanced Computing Center.
- 50,000 node-hours on Frontera
- Paid summer residence at TACC
- Training on the latest tools, topics, and trends in advanced computing
- Collaboration with highly motivated researchers and graduate students
- Networking with academic and industry professionals
- Presentation and publication opportunities
Up to $46,000
Fellows will receive a $34,000 stipend, up to $12,000 in tuition allowance throughout the year, and travel support to present research results at a Frontera user community event and/or professional conference.
Applications will only be accepted from students who are studying in the United States or its territories at a US institution. Applicants must also:
- Be enrolled as a PhD graduate student at the time of application
- Have completed at least one year of their graduate program as of March 2023
- Have at least one full year remaining in their program as of June 2023
- Be able to spend at least one week of the summer semester in residence at TACC in the year of award