News out of SC10 that those interested and eligible have only three weeks left to apply for the SC10 George Michael Memorial HPC Ph.D. Fellowship Program
The SC10 George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowship Program is accepting applications until May 1, 2010. The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM), IEEE Computer Society and SC Conference series have established the High Performance Computing (HPC) Ph.D. Fellowship Program to help address the important issue of training the next generation of HPC scientists and engineers. Every year, fellowship recipients will each receive a stipend of at least $5,000 (U.S.) for one academic year, plus travel support to attend the SC conference.
Speaking of eligibility, applicants have to be in Ph.D. programs at accredited schools, be at least one year along in their programs, and be carrying a letter of recommendation by a full-time faculty member at a Ph.D. granting institution.
More in the release, including information on how to apply. You can also head to the Fellowship page directly.