Graduate student Chun-Yi Su selected for Lawrence Scholar Program at Lawrence Livermore National Lab

Publish Date: 11/28/2012

Chun-Yi Su, a PhD candidate in computer science, has been selected for the Lawrence Scholar Program at Lawrence Livermore National Lab (LLNL). Su is advised by Dr. Kirk Cameron, professor of computer science, who reports "that Chun-Yi's application proposed heterogeneous, NUMA memory modeling, analysis and optimization. He is among approximately a dozen students selected nation-wide for this honor. This program allows him to work on his dissertation research at LLNL with a scientist mentor/advisor, Edgar Leon."

Cameron goes on to say "that this award comes with a significant annual stipend and some travel support as well as the chance to work on-site with LLNL personnel for several years. Chun-Yi will work with our group and his LLNL advisor closely on this exciting project in the years to come."

From the LLNL website: "The Lawrence Scholar Program (LSP) and its predecessor programs have played a critical role for many years in helping to recruit new scientific and engineering talent to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). Top Ph.D. students are granted appointments of up to four years to conduct research of interest to the Laboratory while completing their thesis."

Read more about this award on the College of Engineering's homepage.