The purpose of the grant is to support and encourage graduate-level research in the area of instrumentation and measurement. The yearly award budget is up to $45,000 USD with a maximum grant of $15,000 USD per winner. It also includes complementary I&M student membership starting in September of the grant year and including two subsequent years. For more information, download the pdf for the Graduate Fellowship Award. Inquiries regarding the Graduate Student Fellowship Award should be directed to the Selection Committee Chair, Dario Petri.
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Graduate Fellowship Award
Up to $15,000 per award winner, certificate, and complimentary Instrumentation and Measurement (I&M) Student Membership, starting in September of the Grant year and including 2 subsequent years.
The funding is made available from the IEEE I&M Society.
EXTENDED to March 1!!!!!
Presentation will be made at the Awards Luncheon at I2MTC.
1. Candidate must be at minimum, a student member of the IEEE. 2. Candidate’s advisor must be a member of the IEEE and the I&M Society. 3. Previous grant recipients are not eligible for a period of two years after receiving the grant. 4. No more than one nomination per graduate advisor will be considered.
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