Physics graduate student recognized with 2020 CRC Award for Computational Science and Visualization

Author: Shelly Goethals

The Department of Physics is proud to announce that graduate student Trevor Sprouse has been recognized with a 2020 Center for Research Computing (CRC) Award for Computational Sciences and Visualization. This award recognizes outstanding contributions in the areas of computational sciences and visualization. Such contributions may include, but are not limited to: 1) applications of high performance computation and/or visualization technology; 2) development of algorithms, codes, software environments or other tools for better using high performance computing and/or visualization.

Trevor co-authored 16 peer reviewed papers relative to his extensive work with computational workflows and scientific software engineering. He has taken an active leadership role in the development of computational software used by both his lab and multiple collaborating institutions. Trevor is advised by Prof. Rebecca Surman.