The NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship Program is now open. The fellowship is available for PhD students who strongly motivated to have career in computer industry. Up to ten best applicants of the NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship will be selected to receive of up to $50,000. The deadline is updated every year.
“The NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship Program recognizes and supports excellence in GPU computing research in universities worldwide and builds relationships between NVIDIA and the academic community. We believe past recipients are the most talented graduate students in the world and the work they have proposed will help define the future of computing.” — NVIDIA Sr VP and Chief Scientist Bill Dally
NVIDIA has long believed that investing in university talent is beneficial to the industry and key to our continued growth and success. This fellowship award will be granted to Ph.D. students who are researching topics that will lead to major advances in the graphics and high-performance computing industries, and are investigating innovative ways of leveraging the power of the GPU.
10 successful candidates will be awarded up to $50,000.
Level and Area of Studies
Applicants should be Ph.D. students who are researching topics that will lead to major advances in the graphics and high-performance computing industries, and are investigating innovative ways of leveraging the power of the GPU.
Place of Study
At universities worldwide.
Eligibility and Criteria
Please learn the following main requirement of this NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship:
- Students must have already completed their first year of Ph.D. level studies (at the time of application)
- Students must have majors in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, System Architecture, Electrical Engineering, or a related area
- Students must hold current membership on an active research team
- Students must be enrolled as a full time Ph.D. student during the academic year of the award
There is no nationality restriction
Your Graduate Fellowship Application must include:
- 1 to 2 page research summary/thesis proposal
- Curriculum Vitae (CV) including contact information
- Professor Nomination Form including nomination letter (1 letter minimum, up to 3 letters maximum — OK to
- have nomination letter(s) from non-professors, as long as you have one from your thesis advisor/professor)
Important: Please submit only PDF files and use only ASCII characters in your document file names. Our submission system cannot recognize filenames with Asian or other non-ASCII symbols. Warning: your application may fail to be captured by our online system if you use non-ASCII symbols!