The Center for Computational Earth & Environmental Science (CEES) integrates Earth science and computer science to build capacity in computational methods for the Earth and environmental sciences and enable new growth in areas where computational activities exist already. The three units of CEES - Research, HPTC, and Education - work together to fill the gaps between applied computational mathematics and the Earth sciences. Combining a strong focus on scientific applications with state-of-the-art hardware and computational methods, CEES is pushing the frontiers of computational geoscience forward and engaging computer scientists and architects to design software and hardware better suited for Earth and environmental science problems.
2013 ACM/IEEE-CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowship - Submission Dates: March 3-May 2013
$10,000 MIT Climate CoLab Contest Submission Deadline: May 31 2013