Graduate Fellowship Program: Quantum Technologies Initiative
To recognize and provide financial assistance to graduate students who show promise and interest in pursuing a graduate degree in engineering electromagnetics with a focus on quantum techniques.
September 1, 2022
Up to five $5,000 awards will be granted in 2022.
Announcement of Winners
Winners will be notified by September 15, 2022 to allow time for visa and travel arrangements to the symposium.
- The applicant must be actively pursuing a graduate degree in electrical engineering, applied physics or other appropriate field on a full‐time basis at an accredited institution of higher learning.
- It is expected that the applicant will be engaged in studies and research or thesis-related activities for at least 12 months following the award.
- The award is for the sole use of the graduate student.
- The award is granted in addition to any other support being received by the applicant.
- There is no limit to the number of applicants from one institution. However, only one award will be made per institution per year.
- Applications for the fellowship awards must be submitted not later than September 1, 2022.
- Applicant must have a BS/BA in engineering, applied physics, computer science or other appropriate field from an accredited institution of higher learning.
- Applicant must be enrolled in an MS/MSc or PhD program as a full‐time student in an accredited, degree-granting institution of higher learning.
- Applicant must be engaged in research necessary for the degree program, not just course work.
- Research work must clearly be in the quantum electromagnetics area, supervised by a full‐time faculty member.
- Applicant and faculty supervisor must both be members of AP-S.
- There are no restrictions as to citizenship or location of the institution. This award is open to students from around the world.
Award Winner Responsibilities
- The award winner will provide: the research plan title and abstract, university affiliation, the advisor’s name and e-mail address, the anticipated date of graduation, the URL to the winner’s professional web page, LinkedIn or similar page, and a photograph (headshot). This information is for use in the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine and AP-S webpages.
- At the end of the twelve-month grant period, the winner will prepare a one‐page report summarizing the outcomes of the project (including referencing any publications that may have resulted in part from the fellowship project work, an impression about having attended the AP-S/URSI symposium, etc. …), and indicating his/her next career plans. This report will replace the research plan abstract on the above-mentioned web pages.
- The winner will provide a contact e‐mail address to the fellowship chair for a period of three years after the fellowship, such that the fellowship chair may ask for input on an annual basis to track the career path of the fellowship recipient.
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In addition, it is the responsibility of the student to ensure that the supervisor’s letter of reference reaches the fellowship chair by the deadline. This letter has to be sent by the supervisor him/herself to the e-mail address email@example.com.
If any item(s) is missing the application will not be considered for the award.