This week the Krell Institute announced that Ashlee Ford Versypt has been named the 2012 Frederick A. Howes Scholar in Computational Science. The award honors recent doctoral graduates of the Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship program for outstanding technical achievements.
Ashlee’s demonstrated excellence in research, leadership and outreach in the computational science community exemplifies the qualities that Fred Howes encouraged in all young scientists. She serves as a role model to her peers and a tireless communicator and advocate for the field of computational science,” the selection committee noted in its award citation.
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