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    THE NVIDIA GRAD FELLOWSHIP IS OPEN! NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR!
    We just launched our 17th Annual Graduate Fellowship Program, which advances the frontiers of science by awarding grants and providing technical support to graduate students who are doing outstanding GPU-based research.

    This year we’re especially seeking doctoral students pushing the envelope in AI, deep neural networks, autonomous vehicles, and related fields. Our Graduate Fellowship awards are now up to $50,000 per student. These grants will be awarded in the 2018-2019 academic year.

    Since its inception in 2002, the NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship Program has awarded over 140 Ph.D. graduate students with grants that have helped accelerate their research efforts. More importantly, this funding has helped some students achieve major breakthroughs in their research – breakthroughs that may not have been possible without additional funding.

    The NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship Program is open to applicants worldwide. We have a new submission portal, and the deadlines for submissions are Dec. 13, 2017 (nomination letters) and Dec. 15, 2017 (applications). Students should be sure to start their application process early, as they use the portal to request their nomination letters in advance.

    Eligible graduate students will have already completed their first year of Ph.D. level studies in the areas of computer science, computer engineering, system architecture, electrical engineering, or a related area. In addition, applicants must also be engaged in active research as part of their thesis work.

    Please share with your departments, students, and friends.

    For more information on eligibility and how to apply, visit http://research.nvidia.com/graduate-fellowships or email fellowship@nvidia.com.

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