Memorial and Honorary Fellowships

Ken Kennedy-Cray Inc. Fellowship

Cray

Funded with an endowment by the supercomputer manufacturer Cray Inc., this fellowship is named in honor of the late Ken Kennedy, a Rice computing pioneer who founded the Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology at Rice University (formerly the Computer and Information Technology Institute and also known as CITI) and served on Cray’s board of directors.

Cray endows the HPC graduate fellowships in honor of the late Ken Kennedy.

The deadline for the 2019-2020 applicant submissions is now closed. Please check back here for updates.

Past Recipients:

2019/2020

  • Nidish Narayanaa Balaji, Mechanical Engineering

2018/2019

  • Philip Taffet, Computer Science

2017/2018

  • Jeffrey Dudek, Computer Science

2016/2017

  • Yabin Zhang, Computational and Applied Mathematics

2015/2016

  • Maurice Fabien, Computationa and Applied Mathematics

2014/2015

  • Shanguy Luo, Computer Science

2013/2014

  • Ellis Giles, Electrical and Computer Engineering

2012/2013

  • Yiting Xia, Computer Science

2011/2012

  • Yenny Chandra, Civil and Environmental Engineering

2010/2011

  • Saifon Chaturantabut, Computational and Applied Mathematics

2009/2010

  • Igor Terentyev, Computational and Applied Mathematics

2008/2009

  • Arta Sadrzadeh, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

2007/2008

  • Mack Joyner, Computer Science

The Rice Ken Kennedy Institute is located on the campus of Rice University inside Duncan Hall. Click the map below for directions.

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For additional information, contact us at:

Rice University
Ken Kennedy Institute
6100 Main Street, MS39
Houston, Texas 77005

phone: 713-348-5823
email: kenkennedy@rice.edu