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COSM Student Receives Internship in the BWSIP

For the second time, a student from Georgia Southern University has been awarded an internship in the Blue Waters Student Internship Program. In 2014-2015 Matthew LePain, who is currently a graduate student in the Department of Physics, participated in this program and the results of these studies were accepted for publication in the Journal of Computational Science Education. This time, Reed Hodges received one of the 2016-2017 internships and he will be working on a project devoted to investigating optoelectronic properties of novel photonic structures. The internship includes a two-week workshop devoted to advanced computational techniques at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) facilities on the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus and a $5k stipend. Assistant Professor Maxim Durach, Ph.D., also in the Department of Physics, will act as Reed’s Mentor while he works on this project.

Learn more about the Blue Waters Student Internship Program


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