Visiting Faculty Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics
The Visiting Faculty Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics is designed to expand the range of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory/university collaborations, and increase the strength of the applied and computational mathematics community holistically.
Selected faculty are hosted at PNNL, and supported by Laboratory staff throughout the duration of their limited-term research project. Such collaborations create mutual awareness and advocacy for research occurring at each partner institution.
PNNL's capabilities in cutting-edge applied and computational mathematics research, as well as recent and ongoing involvement in high profile, multi-center programs, ensure ample opportunities to engage in new and existing programs. Examples of potential research areas include:
- DOE Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) Mathematical Multifaceted Integrated Capabilities Center (MMICCs)
- Collaboratory of Mathematics for Mesoscopic Modeling of Materials (CM4)
- Multifaceted Mathematics for Complex Energy Systems (M2ACS)
Applications for the PNNL Visiting Faculty Program are accepted on an ongoing basis. Interested faculty are encouraged to collaborate with PNNL staff to create a project proposal of mutual interest.
The application requirements include:
- Visiting Faculty Appointment application form
- Current CV, including publications
Completed proposals and questions should be submitted to: