Now accepting PhD student and postdoc nominations for the Mark O. Robbins Prize in High-Performance Computing

Created to honor the legacy of Dr. Mark Robbins—beloved professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy from 1986 until his untimely passing in 2020—the Robbins Award in High-Performance Computing recognizes the talent of PhD students and postdocs who reflect Dr. Robbins' contributions to computational science and engineering. Two PhD awardees and one Future Faculty awardee will receive $3,000 (nontaxable), a commemorative plaque, and recognition in the high-performance computing (HPC) community via a presentation of their work at an ARCH (Advanced Research Computing at Hopkins)-sponsored conference in 2022. The Future Faculty awardee will also receive a generous allocation of compute hours at MARCC.

For more information, visit the Robbins Award website.