ACM SIGHPC / Intel - Graduate Fellowship for Women and Minorities in Computational & Data Science
Deadline: Anticipated 4/2022 ( Previous deadline 4/15/2021 )
Fellowships support women and underrepresented students pursue graduate degrees in computational and data science. Computational science encompasses any program of study where computational modeling and simulation serve as the primary methods for conducting research, typically in a field other than computer science (e.g., computational chemistry, wildfire modeling, computational hydrodynamics). Data science relies on computational analysis of large-scale data as the basis for research (e.g., ecological informatics, financial analytics). Funding is provided by Intel and administered by the Association of Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on High Performance Computing. The fellowship offers support for up to five years.
- Be either currently enrolled in a recognized graduate program or accepted to begin in one no later than October 15.
- Pursue a master’s, PhD, or equivalent degree in computational or data science, although the formal name of the program may be somewhat different.
- Have completed less than half of their planned program of study, with preference given to students who are still early in their studies.
- Be a woman and/or a member of a racial/ethnic group that is currently underrepresented in the computing field in the country where the student will earn the degree.
- Be nominated by their advisor or intended advisor.
- Preference will be given to candidates whose background is from disciplines other than computer science.
- US $15,000 annually (adjusted depending on the country where the degree will be earned, using the most recent national price level ratio published by the World Bank).
- Travel support and formal recognition at the annual SC Conference's Awards Session.
Special Interest Group on High Performance Computing (SIGHPC)
Association for Computing Machinery
Categories: Annual stipend of at least $10,000; Sciences/Engineering/Math; US Citizens, Nationals, or Permanent Residents; International Students; Master's; Early Years of Doctoral Program; Dissertation Research; Dissertation Write-Up; Fellowship/Grant; Underrepresented Students; Women
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