Faculty can nominate U-M graduate students interested in Computational Discovery and Engineering research for the Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering (MICDE) top-off fellowship. The fellowships are meant to augment other sources of funding and intended to help recruit top students. Fellows may use the funds to attend a conference, buy a computer, or any other approved activity that will enhance their graduate experience. Typically, fellows enroll in either the Ph.D. in Scientific Computing, the Graduate Certificate in Computational Discovery and Engineering or the Graduate Certificate in Computational Neuroscience. Separate calls for prospective incoming students and current U-M students are available. Find more information here.