Smart Money: Doing Research in AI? Apply for Our $50,000 Grad Fellowship Grants

We’re working to connect the world’s brightest minds with GPU technology that can help solve some of the world’s biggest research problems.

That’s why we’ve launched our 17th annual Graduate Fellowship Program. We’re looking for students doing outstanding GPU-based research. Our goal: Provide them with grants and technical support so they can achieve breakthroughs.

This year we’re especially seeking doctoral students working in AI, deep neural networks, autonomous vehicles and related fields. Our Graduate Fellowship awards are up to $50,000 per student.

Since its start in 2002, the NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship Program has awarded over 140 grants worth more than $3.8 million.

We’re looking for students who have completed their first year of Ph.D.-level studies. Candidates need to be studying computer science, computer engineering, system architecture, electrical engineering or a related area. Applicants must also be investigating innovative ways to use GPUs.

The NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship Program for the 2018-2019 academic year is open to applicants worldwide. The deadline for submitting applications is December 15, 2017.

For more on eligibility and how to apply, click here, or email fellowship@nvidia.com.

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