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Trainee wins several awards

Trainee Achievements

Trainee wins several awards

Sally Ellingson has won a number of awards this year. She is a dynamic student, research, and mentor whose work to implement high throughput molecular docking on supercomputer platforms has drawn significant national interest. The awards include: Fall 2013 American Chemical Society Chemical Computing Group Research Excellence award; 2013 Science Alliance graduate student award for outstanding efforts through UTK; Co-PI High-throughput Docking in Undergraduate Curriculum (Awarded 70,000 CPU hours on Kraken Supercomputer); Conference participation grant through the SC12 Broader Engagement (BE) Program to attend Supercomputing 2012; Neustar scholarship to attend the 2012 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC 2012); Conference sponsored scholarship to attend National Biomedical Computation Resource Summer Institute 2012; and EU-US Summer School on HPC Challenges Participation Grant (XSEDE/Prace).