Research Management Group (RMG)

Intel Corporation
2014-15 Ph.D. Fellowship Program

Limited program-an internal selection process is required. Intel Corporation has launched its program and the Center for Integrated Systems, will be the Stanford point of contact for the internal selection process.

This webpage contains the information for the 2014 internal selection process for your reference only. Dr. at CIS will be the future contact for this RFP.

Program overview:
The fellowship includes a cash award (for one academic year) and a Research Total Industry Experience (TIE) grant. Award recipients are each assigned to an Intel technical mentor who is a respected leader in their field. Students work directly with their mentor to develop a deeper understanding of relevant technical issues and contribute to solving the most complex technical problems facing the industry. Award recipients are also prioritized for internships and hiring opportunities within the company.

Through the Research TIE grant, the Intel PhD fellows partner closely with their respective mentors in designing a personalized experience to meet and network with top industry researchers at a selected Intel campus during the academic year immediately following the award. The goal of this experience is to provide each student with an opportunity to showcase their research, identify potential industry-academic collaborations, and explore internship opportunities.

Amount of funding: This year, the award will consist of an educational stipend of $45k and a Research Total Industry Experience (TIE) grant of $5,000 for a total award of $50,000.

Submission process:
Verify student eligibility*
Nominations (name and email address of Ph.D. student) should be sent by faculty advisors to Corinne Beck
When: no later than: TBA
How: email to: TBA
After eligibility has been confirmed, students will be asked to submit a one-page research statement and updated CV to CIS by no later than TBA

You may also read this fellowship program overview at:

# of applicants:
No more than 6 students from Stanford will be invited by Intel to apply on-line and submit their applications by April 4, 2014. Announcements and mentor assignments are expected in May.

Eligibility and technical areas of interest:
Applicants should meet the following criteria:
Must be currently enrolled in an accredited PhD program with a research concentration in one of the following technology areas:

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