Created to honor the legacy of 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.
All nominations are now due by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 21.
For more information, visit the Robbins Award website.