Tech School earns grant

Chelsea Davis

The Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship [DOE CSGF] Program at the Krell Institute will receive $3 million from the Department of Energy’s Office of Science and National Nuclear Security Administration.

“In order to attract good jobs to Iowa and stay competitive in the global economy, it is important that we make investments in high-level science and engineering education,” said Iowa Senator Tom Harkin. “I commend the Krell Institute for administering this critically important program and congratulate them on this funding, which will help grow our economy and maintain our leadership in computation science.”

The Krell Institute, 1609 Golden Aspen Drive suite 101, has been working on technology-based education and information programs since 1997.

DOE CSGF has trained more than 250 students from more than 50 universities as Fellows, according to its website.


Areas of interest:

-Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering

-Applied Mathematics


-Biomedical Applications and Engineering



-Computer Science

-Computational fluid dynamics

-Electrical and Computer Engineering

-Environmental Science and Engineering

-Materials Science and Engineering

-Mechanical Engineering

-Nuclear Engineering