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2023 Google PhD Fellowship Program – Student Announcement

Google PhD Fellowships directly support graduate students as they pursue their PhD, as well as connect them to a Google Research Mentor.

Google PhD Fellowship students are a select group recognized by Google researchers and their institutions as some of the most promising young academics in the world. The Fellowships are awarded to students who represent the future of research in the following fields:

  • Algorithms, Optimizations and Markets
  • Computational Neural and Cognitive Sciences
  • Health Research
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Machine Learning
  • Machine Perception, Speech Technology and Computer Vision
  • Mobile Computing
  • Natural Language Processing (including Information Retrieval and Extraction)
  • Privacy and Security
  • Programming Languages and Software Engineering
  • Quantum Computing
  • Recommender Systems
  • Structured Data and Database Management
  • Systems and Networking

Research should align with  Google AI Principles .

For more information on nomination guidelines, see Frequently asked questions page .

Nominations

Doctoral students are eligible to request their advisors to submit a nomination on their behalf by August 10, 2022 using the form located here (password has been sent to advisors in a separate email). Self-nominations are not accepted.

Nominated students will receive request to provide additional information by August 24, 2022 :

  • Self-identification as member of an underrepresented minority (if applicable)
  • Confirmation that they will be full time students during the upcoming academic year
  • Expected graduation term
  • Remaining coursework
  • Other sources of funding
  • Relationship to Google
  • Names and emails of two references
  • CV with links to website and publications (if available)
  • Research/dissertation proposal, including references (maximum 8 pages) (1 page for internal nomination)

An internal evaluation committee will select four students to be nominated by Northeastern University to the Google PhD Fellowship. Selected students, once approved for nomination to the Google PhD Fellowship, please work with your college Research Admin team and NU-RES Pre-award support to complete the nomination process.

See Eligibility below for more details.

Up to 3 years

  • Full tuition and fees (enrollment fees, health insurance, books) plus a stipend to be used for living expenses, travel and personal equipment
  • Google Research Mentor

Doctoral students are eligible to request their advisors to submit a nomination on their behalf.

Universities should only nominate students that meet the following requirements:

  • Full-time graduate students pursuing a PhD and enrolled in an institution in one of the regions listed above.
  • Completed graduate coursework by the academic award year when the Fellowship begins.
  • Students must remain enrolled full-time in the PhD program for the duration of the Fellowship or forfeit the award.
  • Google employees, and their spouses, children, and members of their household are not eligible.
  • Students that are already supported by a comparable industry award are not eligible. Government or non-profit organization funding is exempt.

Questions about nomination process: [email protected] .

Questions about application materials: contact your College Research Administration support team.

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Google PhD Fellowships directly support graduate students as they pursue their PhD, as well as connect them to a Google Research Mentor.

Nurturing and maintaining strong relations with the academic community is a top priority at Google. The Google PhD Fellowship Program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourage people of diverse backgrounds to apply. 

Universities may nominate up to four eligible students.  An internal selection committee will determine the University's 4 nominees.  Students may apply by submitting all application materials  including at least two letters of reference  by the internal deadline of Wednesday, May 1, 2024.

Eligibility

  • Students must have completed graduate coursework in their PhD by the beginning of the academic year in which the fellowship begins (Fall 2024). 
  • Students must remain enrolled full-time in the PhD program for the duration of the Fellowship or forfeit the award.
  • Google employees, and their spouses, children, and members of their household are not eligible.
  • Students that are already supported by a comparable industry award are not eligible. Government or non-profit organization funding is exempt.
  • Past awardees from the PhD Fellowship program are not eligible to apply again.

Research Areas of Focus 

The Fellowships are awarded to students who represent the future of research in the fields listed below. Please see here for complete descriptions.

  • Algorithms and Theory
  • Distributed Systems and Parallel Computing
  • Health and Bioscience
  • Human-Computer Interaction and Visualization
  • Machine Intelligence
  • Machine Perception
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Quantum Computing
  • Security, Privacy and Abuse Prevention
  • Software Engineering
  • Software Systems
  • Speech Processing 

Important Dates

Internal application deadline:   Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Selected proposals will be submitted to Google prior to the close of the application portal on Wednesday, May 8, 2024.

Application Materials

  • Student is a full-time graduate student pursuing a PhD at the submitter's institution.
  • Student has completed graduate coursework by the Fall of the award year (Fall 2024).
  • Student is not already supported by a comparable industry award (Government or non-profit organization funding is exempt).
  • Student is not a Google employee and does not have any members of this student's household that is a Google employee (spouse, parent, children).
  • Student CV with links to website and publications (if available)
  • Short (1-page) CV of the student's primary advisor
  • 2-3 Letters of Recommendation from those familiar with the nominee's work (At least one from the thesis advisor).  Letters must be submitted in the application portal by letter writers by the May 1 deadline.
  • Research/dissertation proposa l (Max 3 pages excluding references)
  • Research Impact student essay (350-word limit) to: Describe the desired impact your research will make on the field and society, and why this is important to you. Include any personal, educational and/or professional experiences that have motivated your research interests.
  • Leadership student essay (350-word limit) to: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time. (A leadership role can mean more than just a title. It can mean being a mentor to others, acting as the person in charge of a specific task, or taking the lead role in organizing an event or project. Think about what you accomplished and what you learned from the experience. What were your responsibilities? Did you lead a team? How did your experience change your perspective on leading others? Did you help to resolve an important dispute at your school, church, in your community or an organization? And your leadership role doesn’t necessarily have to be limited to school activities. For example, do you help out or take care of your family?)
  • Transcripts of current and previous academic records (Official preferred; unofficial accepted)

Please complete all application materials via the application portal here.

Students should prompt their letter writers as soon as possible so they may upload their letters in the application portal by May 1.  

Applications are evaluated on the strength of the research proposal, research impact, student academic achievements, and leadership potential. Research proposals are evaluated for innovative concepts that are relevant to Google’s research areas, as well as aspects of robustness and potential impact to the field. Proposals should include the direction and any plans of where your work is going in addition to a comprehensive description of the research you are pursuing. In the United States, Canada, and Europe, essay responses are evaluated in addition to application materials to determine an overall recommendation.

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Google PhD Fellowship Program

Google PhD Fellowships directly support graduate students as they pursue their PhD, as well as connect them to a Google Research Mentor.

Nurturing and maintaining strong relations with the academic community is a top priority at Google. The Google PhD Fellowship Program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourage people of diverse backgrounds to apply.

How to apply

PhD students in Japan, Korea and Taiwan must be nominated by their university. After the university's nomination is completed, either an official representative of the university or the nominated students can submit applications during the application window. Please see the FAQ for more information.

Applications are currently closed. Decisions for the 2024 application cycle will be announced via email in July 2024. Please check back in 2025 for details on future application cycles.

Research areas

  • Health & Bioscience
  • Human-Computer Interaction and Visualization
  • Machine Intelligence
  • Machine Perception
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Quantum Computing
  • Speech Processing
  • Silicon Research (Algorithms, Architecture, Open Source Tooling)

What does the Google PhD Fellowship include?

Students receive named Fellowships which include a monetary award. The funds are given directly to the university to be distributed to cover the student’s expenses and stipend as appropriate. In addition, the student will be matched with a Google Research Mentor. There is no employee relationship between the student and Google as a result of receiving the fellowship. The award does not preclude future eligibility for internships or employment opportunities at Google, nor does it increase the chances of obtaining them. If students wish to apply for a job at Google, they are welcome to apply for jobs and go through the same hiring process as any other person.

  • 1 year Fellowship
  • 10,000 USD to cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel
  • Google Research Mentor

Is my university eligible for the PhD Fellowship Program?

Universities must be an accredited research institution that awards research degrees to PhD students in computer science (or an adjacent field).

Restrictions: All award payments and recipients will be reviewed for compliance with relevant US and international laws, regulations and policies. Google reserves the right to withhold funding that may violate laws, regulations or our policies.

What are the eligibility requirements for students?

  • Students must remain enrolled full-time in the PhD program for the duration of the Fellowship or forfeit the award.
  • Google employees, and their spouses, children, and members of their household are not eligible.
  • Students that are already supported by a comparable industry award are not eligible. Government or non-profit organization funding is exempt.
  • Past awardees from the PhD Fellowship program are not eligible to apply again
  • Students who have completed most of graduate coursework in their PhD by the academic award year when the Fellowship begins. Students should have sufficient time for research projects after receiving a fellowship.

What should be included in an application? What language should the application be in?

All application materials should be submitted in English.

For each student nomination, the university will be asked to submit the following material in a single, flat (not portfolio) PDF file:

  • Student CV with links to website and publications (if available)
  • Short (1-page) CV of the student's primary advisor
  • 2-3 letters of recommendation from those familiar with the nominee's work (at least one from the thesis advisor)
  • Research / dissertation proposal (maximum 3 pages, excluding references)
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe the desired impact your research will make on the field and society, and why this is important to you. Include any personal, educational and/or professional experiences that have motivated your research interests.
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time. (A leadership role can mean more than just a title. It can mean being a mentor to others, acting as the person in charge of a specific task, or taking the lead role in organizing an event or project. Think about what you accomplished and what you learned from the experience. What were your responsibilities? Did you lead a team? How did your experience change your perspective on leading others? Did you help to resolve an important dispute at your school, church, in your community or an organization? And your leadership role doesn’t necessarily have to be limited to school activities. For example, do you help out or take care of your family?)
  • Transcripts of current and previous academic records

How do I apply for the PhD Fellowship Program? Can students apply directly for a Fellowship?

In Japan, Korea and Taiwan, students cannot apply directly to the program; they must be nominated by an eligible university during the application period. Note to students: If there's no information about the nomination process from your university, students can submit applications via the online form. But we may ask your university to make a selection from all submitted applications from your university and then nominate up to 3 students within 2 weeks after the application window is closed.

How many students may each university nominate?

Universities in Japan, Korea and Taiwan may nominate up to three eligible students. We encourage nominating students with diverse backgrounds especially those from historically marginalized groups in the field of computing. If more than two students are nominated then we strongly encourage the additional nominee who self-identifies as a woman.

*Applications are evaluated on merit. Please see FAQ for details on how applications are evaluated.

Who should submit the applications?

PhD students in Japan, Korea and Taiwan must be nominated by their university. After the university's nomination is completed, either an official representative of the university or the nominated students can submit applications during the application window.

How are applications evaluated?

Applications are evaluated on the strength of the research proposal, research impact, student academic achievements, and leadership potential. Research proposals are evaluated for innovative concepts that are relevant to Google’s research areas, as well as aspects of robustness and potential impact to the field. Proposals should include the direction and any plans of where your work is going in addition to a comprehensive description of the research you are pursuing.

Essay responses are evaluated in addition to application materials to determine an overall recommendation.

A nominee's status as a member of a historically marginalized group is not considered in the selection of award recipients.

Research should align with Google AI Principles.

Incomplete proposals will not be considered.

How are Google PhD Fellowships given?

Any monetary awards will be paid directly to the Fellow's university for distribution. No overhead should be assessed against them.

What are the intellectual property implications of a Google PhD Fellowship?

Fellowship recipients are not subject to intellectual property restrictions unless they complete an internship at Google. If that is the case, they are subject to the same intellectual property restrictions as any other Google intern.

Will the Fellowship recipients become employees of Google?

No, Fellowship recipients do not become employees of Google due to receiving the award. The award does not preclude future eligibility for internships or employment opportunities at Google, nor does it increase the chances of obtaining them. If they are interested in working at Google, they are welcome to apply for jobs and go through the same hiring process as any other person.

Can Fellowship recipients also be considered for other Google scholarships?

Yes, Fellowship recipients are eligible for these Scholarship .

After award notification, when do the Google PhD Fellowships begin?

After Google PhD Fellowship recipients are notified, the Fellowship is effective starting the following school year.

What is the application time period?

Applications for the 2024 program will open in March 2024 and close in May 2024 for all regions. Refer to the main Google PhD Fellowship Program page for each region’s application details

A global awards announcement will be made in September on the Google Research Blog

I have received a fellowship from the local government, can I apply for Google's PhD Fellowship program?

Yes, you can apply for the program.

How can I ask additional questions?

If your question has not been answered by a FAQ, please email [email protected] .

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The limited competition (up to four nominees from UIC) closed May 1st

April 2024 Update:

The competition is open! The campus deadline is May 1st. Should there be more than four applications, the Dean of the Graduate College will determine the university's final slate of nominees.

Nurturing and maintaining strong relations with the academic community is a top priority at Google. The Google PhD Fellowship Program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply. We currently offer Fellowships in Africa, Australia and New Zealand, East Asia, Europe, India, the United States and Canada.

The information below pertains to applications from US institutions. There does not seem to be a citizenship requirement.

Students receive named Fellowships which include a monetary award. The funds are given directly to the university to be distributed to cover the student’s expenses and stipend as appropriate. The funds are given as an unrestricted gift, and it is Google’s policy not to pay for overhead [F&A]. In addition, the student will be matched with a Google Research Mentor who we hope will become a valuable resource to the student. There is no employee relationship between the student and Google as a result of receiving the fellowship. Fellowship recipients are not subject to intellectual property restrictions unless they complete an internship at Google. Fellowship recipients serving an internship are subject to the same intellectual property and other contractual obligations as any other Google intern. If a Fellowship student is interested, an internship at Google is encouraged, but not guaranteed or required. Awardees will be notified in August.

Benefits include:

  • Up to 3 years of Fellowship
  • Full tuition and fees (enrollment fees, health insurance, books) plus a stipend to be used for living expenses, travel and personal equipment [amount not specified]
  • Google Research Mentor

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Since UIC can nominate only a finite number of students, the Graduate College is running a limited competition. If UIC nominates more than two individuals, Google encourages the nomination of students with diverse backgrounds especially those from historically marginalized groups in the field of computing. If more than two students are nominated then we strongly encourage additional nominees who self-identify as a woman, Black / African descent, Hispanic / Latino / Latinx, Indigenous, and/or a person with a disability

Eligibility

Students must:

  • Be enrolled full-time and pursuing a PhD in computer science or related program*;
  • have completed graduate coursework by the Fall of the award year, when the Fellowship begins. This is usually the 3rd year for US and Canadian students;
  • remain enrolled full-time in the PhD program for the duration of the Fellowship or forfeit the award;
  • Not be Google employees, and their spouses, children, and or members of a Google employee household;
  • Not be already supported by a comparable industry award.
  • Conduct research that aligns with Google AI Principles .

* Fields include:

  • Algorithms, Optimizations and Markets
  • Distributed Systems and Parallel Computing
  • Health and Bioscience
  • Human-Computer Interaction and Visualization
  • Machine Intelligence
  • Machine Perception
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Quantum Computing
  • Security, Privacy, and Abuse Prevention
  • Software Engineering
  • Software Systems
  • Speech Processing

For more information on research foci, visit: https://research.google/programs-and-events/phd-fellowship/#research-areas-of-focus-3

Applications are evaluated on the strength of the research proposal, research impact, student academic achievements, and leadership potential. Research proposals are evaluated for innovative concepts that are relevant to Google’s research areas, as well as aspects of robustness and potential impact to the field. Proposals should include the direction and any plans of where your work is going in addition to a comprehensive description of the research you are pursuing.

In the United States, Canada, and Europe, essay responses are evaluated in addition to application materials to determine an overall recommendation.

A nominee’s status as a member of a historically marginalized group is not considered in the selection of award recipients.

Nomination Procedures

Applications

For each student nomination, the university will be asked to submit the following material in a single PDF file. Thus, it is the student’s and their program’s responsibility to furnish the following as a single PDF:

  • Cover sheet signed by the Department Chair/Head confirming the student passes eligibility requirements. This paragraph should include the student’s UIN, semester of PhD matriculation, anticipated graduation term, when coursework was completed, current funding, and Google employment.  (See FAQ “What are the eligibility requirements for students?”); [no form is provided]
  • Student CV with links to website and publications (if available)
  • Short (1-page) CV of the student’s primary advisor
  • Two to three (2-3) letters of recommendation from those familiar with the nominee’s work (at least one from the thesis advisor)
  • Research / dissertation proposal including references (maximum 3 pages, excluding references)
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe the desired impact your research will make on the field and society, and why this is important to you. Include any personal, educational and/or professional experiences that have motivated your research interests.
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes, or contributed to group efforts over time. (A leadership role can mean more than just a title. It can mean being a mentor to others, acting as the person in charge of a specific task, or taking the lead role in organizing an event or project. Think about what you accomplished and what you learned from the experience. What were your responsibilities? Did you lead a team? How did your experience change your perspective on leading others? Did you help to resolve an important dispute at your school, church, in your community or an organization? And your leadership role doesn’t necessarily have to be limited to school activities. For example, do you help out or take care of your family?)
  • Transcripts of current and previous academic records

Submissions

Given that the application includes confidential letters of recommendation, the head/chair, DGS, mentor, or a grad staff member is expected to submit the nomination file. Nominations must be sent as an email attachment (with all the materials in a single file) to the Graduate College’s Limited Competition folder in Box (a FERPA-compliant cloud storage service): [email protected]  

File naming convention: 

The PDF files should be saved using the following naming convention: Google2024_ DepartmentName_NomineeLastNameFirstInitial.pdf

Example of Chuck Baudelaire’s application from Computer Science without using spaces in the file name: Google2024_CS_BaudelaireC.pdf

Deadline: 4 p.m. (CT), May 1, 2024.

After a hiatus, the competition has returned and the restriction on the number of nominations per university necessitates the limited campus competition.

Graduate College contact: Benn Williams, Fellowships and Awards Coordinator ([email protected])

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Applications are now being accepted for the 2023-2024 Google PhD Fellowship competition.

The Google PhD Fellowship Program recognizes outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply.

Value & Duration

Recipients will:

  • Receive full tuition and fees for up to 3 years (includes enrollment fees, health insurance, books), plus a stipend to be used for living expenses, travel and personal equipment; and
  • Be matched with a Google Research Mentor.

Eligibility to Apply

Applicants must:

  • Be full-time graduate students pursuing a PhD (normally in 2 nd year) in one of the research areas listed below; and
  • Not be Google employees, their spouses, children, or members of their household.

Recipients must:

  • Have completed all graduate coursework by the time the Fellowship begins (usually 3 rd year for Canadian students);
  • Remain enrolled full-time in the PhD program for the duration of the Fellowship or forfeit the award; and
  • Not be already supported by a comparable industry award (government or non-profit organization funding is exempt).

Research areas

  • Algorithms, Optimizations and Markets
  • Computational Neuroscience
  • Computational Health Research
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Machine Learning
  • Machine Perception, Speech Technology and Computer Vision
  • Mobile Computing
  • Natural Language Processing (including Information Retrieval and Extraction)
  • Privacy and Security
  • Programming Languages and Software Engineering
  • Quantum Computing
  • Structured Data and Database Management
  • Systems and Networking

Underrepresented groups

At least two out of the four U of T nominees for this award must self-identify as a woman, Black/African descent, Hispanic/Latino/Latinx, Indigenous, and/or person with a disability.

Selection Criteria

Applications are evaluated on the strength of the research proposal, research impact, student academic achievements, and leadership potential. Research proposals are evaluated for innovative concepts that are relevant to Google’s research areas, as well as aspects of robustness and potential impact to the field. The proposal should include the direction and any plans for where the applicant’s work is going in addition to a comprehensive description of the research they are pursuing.

In the United States, Canada, and Europe, essay responses are evaluated in addition to application materials to determine an overall recommendation.

Research should align with Google AI Principles .

Application Process

Applicants must submit an electronic copy of their completed application as a single PDF file via email awards.dlsph@utoronto.ca by the application deadline. The email must have the subject title “Google 2023 – NAME OF APPLICANT”.

Students applying for both Google and Apple fellowships must submit two separate applications as the required list of items are different for each competition.

Application Package

A complete application package will include all of the following items in the order listed:

  • Cover sheet signed by the Department Chair or designate confirming that the student passes the eligibility requirements, as stated above (to be supplied by GDPHS before forwarding to SGS);
  • Student CV with links to website and publications (if available);
  • Short (1-page) CV of the student’s primary supervisor;
  • Research / dissertation proposal including references ( maximum 8 pages );
  • Student (research) essay response ( maximum 350 words ) to: Describe the desired impact your research will make on the field and society, and why this is important to you. Include any personal, educational and/or professional experiences that have motivated your research interests;
  • Student (leadership) essay response ( maximum 350 words ) to: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time (A leadership role can mean more than just a title. It can mean being a mentor to others, acting as the person in charge of a specific task, or taking the lead role in organizing an event or project. Think about what you accomplished and what you learned from the experience. What were your responsibilities? Did you lead a team? How did your experience change your perspective on leading others? Did you help to resolve an important dispute at your school, church, in your community or an organization? And your leadership role doesn’t necessarily have to be limited to school activities. For example, do you help out or take care of your family?);
  • Transcripts of current and previous academic records. Scans of official transcript are preferred but unofficial and web-based transcripts are accepted; and
  • 2-3 letters of recommendation from those familiar with the nominee’s work (at least one from the thesis advisor). Letters must be emailed by each referee as a PDF attachment to awards.dlsph@utoronto.ca with the subject title “ Google 2023 Ref – NAME OF APPLICANT” by the application deadline.

Underrepresented group applicants only : please indicate within the body of the submission email if you self-identify as a member of an underrepresented group. Your underrepresented group status will not be disclosed during SGS Committee review, and applications will be reviewed based solely on the strength of the submitted materials.

The University competition results will be communicated by the SGS Graduate Awards Office in late September. The results of the international competition are communicated in January 2023.

For questions, please email awards.dlsph@utoronto.ca

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Google PhD Fellowship 2023

Aktuelles | 30.08.2022

The Google PhD Fellowship Program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellows will receive a yearly bursary towards his*her stipend/salary, health care, social benefits, tuition and fees (if applicable), conference travel and personal computing equipment. The funds will be given directly to the university to be distributed to cover the fellow’s expenses and stipend as appropriate. The bursary varies by country and may be granted for up to 3 years. In addition, the fellow will be matched with a Google Research Mentor. There is no employee relationship between the fellow and Google as a result of receiving the fellowship. The award does not preclude future eligibility for internships or employment opportunities at Google, nor does it increase the chances of obtaining them. 

Further information on the Fellowship, as well as on the eligibility criteria, application FAQ etc. can be found at   https://research.google/outreach/phd-fellowship/

How to apply?

Nomination by TUM Graduate School only . 

In order to apply, please submit the complete application documents in a single PDF file to Mrs Zizheng Zhang, [email protected], until 18 September, 2022 .  Applications must be submitted by the primary thesis supervisor .

After the application deadline, the TUM Graduate School Prize Committee shall nominate the 3 most promising candidates for the Google PhD Fellowship 2023.  

Application documents

  • Applicant CV with links to website and publications (if available)
  • Short (1-page) CV of the candidate's primary thesis supervisor 
  • 2-3 letters of recommendation from those familiar with the nominee's work (at least one from the thesis supervisor)
  • Research / dissertation proposal including references (maximum 8 pages)
  • Applicant essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe the desired impact your research will make on the field and society, and why this is important to you. Include any personal, educational and/or professional experiences that have motivated your research interests.
  • Applicant essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time. (A leadership role can mean more than just a title. It can mean being a mentor to others, acting as the person in charge of a specific task, or taking the lead role in organizing an event or project. Think about what you accomplished and what you learned from the experience. What were your responsibilities? Did you lead a team? How did your experience change your perspective on leading others? Did you help to resolve an important dispute at your school, church, in your community or an organization? And your leadership role doesn’t necessarily have to be limited to school activities. For example, do you help out or take care of your family?)
  • Transcripts of current and previous academic records (Bachelor, Masters) 

Eligibility

Please note, in order to be eligible

  • Applicant must be fully registered on the doctoral candidacy list of his*her department/school (in DocGS) and be a full member in the TUM Graduate School at the time of application.
  • Applicant must remain registered on the doctoral candidacy list of his*her department/school (in DocGS) for the entire duration of the fellowship.
  • Google employees, and their spouses, children, and members of their household are not eligible.
  • Doctoral candidates who are already supported by a comparable industry award are not eligible. Government or non-profit organization funding is exempt.

Contact:  Mrs Zizheng Zhang | zhang(at)zv.tum.de | 089 289 10631, TUM Graduate School, Boltzmannstr. 17, 85748 Garching b. München

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The Google PhD Fellowship program recognizes a select group of exemplary PhD candidates worldwide who seek to influence the future of technology. CSE’s 2023 fellows are already garnering attention for the reach of their technology research – in healthcare for Sun and the environment for Switzer.

Harnessing IoT Technology to Enable Senior Healthcare

For Ke Sun, the future of technology lies in ambient intelligence (AmI). In contrast to Internet of Things (IoT) which relies on explicit devices, AmI embeds sensors and processors into everyday devices enabling adjustments within the environment to meet individual needs and preferences.

Imagine a home environment where facial recognition detects you at your doorstep and allows you access. Lighting adjusts to suit specific family members. Window treatments respond to heat and glare. Phone messages are played automatically. The system scans for your calendared events and favorite TV programming and delivers timely reminders.

Sun’s research focuses on delivering an accurate, robust, private, and affordable representation of AmI through the use of multi-modal sensors. This includes input from conventional human sensory data, such as audio and visual inputs, fused with unconventional non-human sensory data such as motion and wireless sensors, GPS, and biometric and ultrasound sensors, among others.

“The potential impact of my research could revolutionize independent living for the elderly, offering precise healthcare insights into behavior and cognition,” said Sun. “Additionally, the research could enable automated in-home monitoring of life-threatening conditions, detect chronic diseases, identify environmental hazards, and provide insights into human cognitive psychology.”

Sun’s research also addresses one of IoT’s most perplexing problems: privacy. Since voice assistants (VAs) were first introduced, consumers have been concerned that VAs record and send information to the cloud. Sun has designed MicShield, a companion device, which selectively jams unintended private speech while passing intended voice command.

“I am enthusiastic about collaborating with Google’s exceptional talents to explore the seamless integration of my research into an expanded array of IoT and consumer electronic devices, effectively harnessing technology to enable human healthcare and enhance human experiences,” said Sun, who is advised by Associate Professor Xinyu Zhang in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Repurposing Phone Processors for a Smaller Carbon Footprint

CSE/CNS Ph.D. student Jennifer Switzer along with her coauthors, CSE professor Ryan Kastner, CSE/CNS professor Pat Pannuto and PhD student Gabriel Marcano, is studying smartphone waste. The scale of the problem – an estimated 1.5 billion decommissioned smartphones annually – is nearly incomprehensible and demands a more nuanced solution than consumer recycling.

Smartphones begin life as copper, silver, gold, palladium and other raw materials. A carbon-devouring manufacturing process transforms these and other materials into components for assembly. After packaging and transportation, the devices begin their brief lifespan, an average of 2.5 years from purchase to deactivation.

Recycling these “junked” phones, so named because outdated models often languish in household junk drawers, dictates a second carbon intensive process to extract raw materials. It also ignores the reality that manufacturing smartphones leaves a larger carbon footprint than mining the materials. That’s precisely why Switzer’s novel strategy holds such promise.

Switzer’s proposal hinges on the impressive functional lifespan of smartphone processors. These processors are built to last, running faultlessly for 10 years or more, well beyond the truncated 2.5-year lifespan of most smartphones. Switzer and her coauthors hope to recover the unspent 75% of these processors’ usability, redeploying them for non-consumer applications.

“This award will make it easier for me to continue to pursue my interests in sustainable computing. I also think it’s great that an industry leader like Google is interested in funding this sort of sustainability research,” said Switzer.

Earlier this year, Switzer and her coauthors earned a Distinguished Paper Award at the 2023 Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS) conference. Since then, their paper has had over 50,000 downloads.

Students interested in applying for the fellowship can visit here .

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Two PhD students in the University of California San Diego’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Ke Sun and Jennifer Switzer, have been awarded 2023 Google PhD Fellowships . They join three recent CSE recipients: Yu-Ying Yeh, Tiancheng Sun, and Saining Xie.

The Google PhD Fellowship program recognizes a select group of exemplary PhD candidates worldwide who seek to influence the future of technology. CSE’s 2023 fellows are already garnering attention for the reach of their technology research – in healthcare for Sun and the environment for Switzer.

Harnessing IoT Technology to Enable Senior Healthcare

For Ke Sun, the future of technology lies in ambient intelligence (AmI). In contrast to Internet of Things (IoT) which relies on explicit devices, AmI embeds sensors and processors into everyday devices enabling adjustments within the environment to meet individual needs and preferences.

Imagine a home environment where facial recognition detects you at your doorstep and allows you access. Lighting adjusts to suit specific family members. Window treatments respond to heat and glare. Phone messages are played automatically. The system scans for your calendared events and favorite TV programming and delivers timely reminders.

Sun’s research focuses on delivering an accurate, robust, private, and affordable representation of AmI through the use of multi-modal sensors. This includes input from conventional human sensory data, such as audio and visual inputs, fused with unconventional non-human sensory data such as motion and wireless sensors, GPS, and biometric and ultrasound sensors, among others.

“The potential impact of my research could revolutionize independent living for the elderly, offering precise healthcare insights into behavior and cognition,” said Sun. “Additionally, the research could enable automated in-home monitoring of life-threatening conditions, detect chronic diseases, identify environmental hazards, and provide insights into human cognitive psychology.”

Sun’s research also addresses one of IoT’s most perplexing problems: privacy. Since voice assistants (VAs) were first introduced, consumers have been concerned that VAs record and send information to the cloud. Sun has designed MicShield, a companion device, which selectively jams unintended private speech while passing intended voice command.

“I am enthusiastic about collaborating with Google's exceptional talents to explore the seamless integration of my research into an expanded array of IoT and consumer electronic devices, effectively harnessing technology to enable human healthcare and enhance human experiences,” said Sun, who is advised by Associate Professor Xinyu Zhang in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Repurposing Phone Processors for a Smaller Carbon Footprint

Jennifer Switzer along with her coauthors, CSE professors Ryan Kastner and Pat Pannuto and PhD student Gabriel Marcano, is studying smartphone waste. The scale of the problem – an estimated 1.5 billion decommissioned smartphones annually – is nearly incomprehensible and demands a more nuanced solution than consumer recycling.

Smartphones begin life as copper, silver, gold, palladium and other raw materials. A carbon-devouring manufacturing process transforms these and other materials into components for assembly. After packaging and transportation, the devices begin their brief lifespan, an average of 2.5 years from purchase to deactivation.

Recycling these “junked” phones, so named because outdated models often languish in household junk drawers, dictates a second carbon intensive process to extract raw materials. It also ignores the reality that manufacturing smartphones leaves a larger carbon footprint than mining the materials. That’s precisely why Switzer’s novel strategy holds such promise.

Switzer’s proposal hinges on the impressive functional lifespan of smartphone processors. These processors are built to last, running faultlessly for 10 years or more, well beyond the truncated 2.5-year lifespan of most smartphones. Switzer and her coauthors hope to recover the unspent 75% of these processors’ usability, redeploying them for non-consumer applications.

“This award will make it easier for me to continue to pursue my interests in sustainable computing. I also think it's great that an industry leader like Google is interested in funding this sort of sustainability research,” said Switzer.

Earlier this year, Switzer and her coauthors earned a Distinguished Paper Award at the 2023 Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS) conference. Since then, their paper has had over 50,000 downloads.

Students interested in applying for the fellowship can visit here . 

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Google PhD Fellowships directly support graduate students as they pursue their PhD, as well as connect them to a Google Research Mentor.

Penn has been invited to submit 2-4 nominees for the Google PhD Fellowship Program. Nurturing and maintaining strong relations with the academic community is a top priority at Google. The Google PhD Fellowship Program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply. Fellowships are currently offered in Africa, Australia and New Zealand, East Asia, Europe, India, the United States and Canada.

  • Full-time graduate students pursuing a PhD in Computer Science or related field (see research areas below)
  • Completed graduate coursework by Fall 2024, when the Fellowship begins.
  • The recipient must remain an active, full-time student in a PhD program for the duration of the Fellowship (up to 3 years) or forfeit the award.
  • Google employees, and their spouses, children, and members of their household are not eligible.
  • Students that are already supported by a comparable industry award are not eligible.

Approximately fifteen fellows will be named in the following areas this year:

  • Algorithms, Optimizations and Markets 
  • Computational Neural and Cognitive Sciences 
  • Health Research
  • Human Computer Interaction 
  • Machine Learning 
  • Machine Perception, Speech Technology and Computer Vision 
  • Mobile Computing 
  • Natural Language Processing (including Information Retrieval and Extraction) 
  • Privacy and Security 
  • Programming Languages and Software Engineering 
  • Quantum Computing 
  • Recommender Systems
  • Structured Data and Database Management 
  • Systems and Networking

For Fellowship details please see the FAQ here .

This application requires 2-3 letters of recommendation, at least one of which should be from your thesis advisor. You will be able to request letters of recommendation through the Interfolio application process; please start the application soon to give your recommenders ample time to submit letters of recommendation before the March 10 Penn Deadline.

Applicants will be required to submit the following:

  • Student CV with links to website and publications (if available)
  • 1-page CV of student’s primary advisor
  • Unofficial PDF copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts
  • Research/dissertation abstract (no more than 1,000 characters)
  • Research/dissertation proposal (no longer than 3 pages)
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe the desired impact your research will make on the field and society, and why this is important to you. Include any personal, educational and/or professional experiences that have motivated your research interests.
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time. (A leadership role can mean more than just a title. It can mean being a mentor to others, acting as the person in charge of a specific task, or taking the lead role in organizing an event or project. Think about what you accomplished and what you learned from the experience. What were your responsibilities? Did you lead a team? How did your experience change your perspective on leading others? Did you help to resolve an important dispute at your school, church, in your community or an organization? And your leadership role doesn’t necessarily have to be limited to school activities. For example, do you help out or take care of your family?).

Once that is prepared, visit the application form in Interfolio to submit your application. You will be able to request letters of recommendation through the application process.

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Internal Competition Deadline: March 10 , 2024, at 11:59 PM ET

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Berivan Isik (PhD candidate) awarded a Google Fellowship in Machine Learning

The Google PhD Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students pursuing exceptional research in computer science and related fields.

Congratulations to Berivan Isik (PhD candidate) on being awarded a 2023 Google Fellowship ! 

Google is pleased to confirm the recipients of the North American and European Google PhD Fellowships for 2023 . These awards have been presented to exemplary PhD students in computer science and related fields. We have given these students unique fellowships to acknowledge their contributions to their areas of specialty and provide funding for their education and research. We look forward to working closely with them as they continue to become leaders in their respective fields.

Please join us in recognizing Berivan for her outstanding work!

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Google PhD Fellowships directly support graduate students as they pursue their PhD, as well as connect them to a Google Research Mentor.

Nurturing and maintaining strong relations with the academic community is a top priority at Google. The Google PhD Fellowship Program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourage people of diverse backgrounds to apply. We currently offer fellowships in Africa, Australia, Canada, East Asia, Europe, India, Latin America, New Zealand, Southeast Asia and the United States.

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Decisions for the 2024 application cycle will be announced via email in July 2024. Please check back in 2025 for details on future application cycles.

  • Launch March 27, 2024
  • Deadline May 8, 2024
  • Winner selected by July 31, 2024

The details of each Fellowship vary by region. Please see our FAQ for eligibility requirements and application instructions.

PhD students must be nominated by their university. Applications should be submitted by an official representative of the university during the application window. Please see the FAQ for more information.

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PhD students in Japan, Korea and Taiwan must be nominated by their university. After the university's nomination is completed, either an official representative of the university or the nominated students can submit applications during the application window. Please see the FAQ for more information.

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PhD students apply directly during the application window. Please see the FAQ for more information.

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The 2024 application cycle is postponed. Please check back in 2025 for details on future application cycles.

Google PhD Fellowship students are a select group recognized by Google researchers and their institutions as some of the most promising young academics in the world. The Fellowships are awarded to students who represent the future of research in the fields listed below. Note that region-specific research areas will be listed in application forms during the application window.

Algorithms and Theory

Distributed Systems and Parallel Computing

Health and Bioscience

Human-Computer Interaction and Visualization

Machine Intelligence

Machine Perception

Natural Language Processing

Quantum Computing

Security, Privacy and Abuse Prevention

Software Engineering

Software Systems

Speech Processing

Applications are evaluated on the strength of the research proposal, research impact, student academic achievements, and leadership potential. Research proposals are evaluated for innovative concepts that are relevant to Google’s research areas, as well as aspects of robustness and potential impact to the field. Proposals should include the direction and any plans of where your work is going in addition to a comprehensive description of the research you are pursuing.

In Canada and the United States, East Asia and Latin America, essay responses are evaluated in addition to application materials to determine an overall recommendation.

What does the Google PhD Fellowship include?

Students receive named Fellowships which include a monetary award. The funds are given directly to the university to be distributed to cover the student’s expenses and stipend as appropriate. In addition, the student will be matched with a Google Research Mentor. There is no employee relationship between the student and Google as a result of receiving the fellowship. The award does not preclude future eligibility for internships or employment opportunities at Google, nor does it increase the chances of obtaining them. If students wish to apply for a job at Google, they are welcome to apply for jobs and go through the same hiring process as any other person.

  • Up to 3 year Fellowship
  • US $12K to cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel
  • Google Research Mentor
  • 1 year Fellowship
  • AUD $15K to cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel
  • Up to 2 year Fellowship (effective from 2024 for new recipients)
  • Full tuition and fees (enrollment fees, health insurance, books) plus a stipend to be used for living expenses, travel and personal equipment
  • US $10K to cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel
  • Yearly bursary towards stipend / salary, health care, social benefits, tuition and fees, conference travel and personal computing equipment. The bursary varies by country.

Early-stage PhD students

  • Up to 4 year Fellowship
  • US $50K to cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel

Late-stage PhD students

  • US $10K to recognise research contributions, cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel
  • US $15K per year to cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel

Southeast Asia

  • US $10K per year for up to 3 years (or up to graduation, whichever is earlier) to cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel

Is my university eligible for the PhD Fellowship Program?

Africa, Australia/New Zealand , Canada, East Asia, Europe and the United States : universities must be an accredited research institution that awards research degrees to PhD students in computer science (or an adjacent field).

India, Latin America and Southeast Asia : applications are open to universities/institutes in India, Latin America (excluding Cuba), and in eligible Southeast Asian countries/regions (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam).

Restrictions : All award payments and recipients will be reviewed for compliance with relevant US and international laws, regulations and policies. Google reserves the right to withhold funding that may violate laws, regulations or our policies.

What are the eligibility requirements for students?

All regions

  • Students must remain enrolled full-time in the PhD program for the duration of the Fellowship or forfeit the award.
  • Google employees, and their spouses, children, and members of their household are not eligible.
  • Students that are already supported by a comparable industry award are not eligible. Government or non-profit organization funding is exempt.
  • Past awardees from the PhD Fellowship program are not eligible to apply again.
  • Grant of the Fellowship does not mean admission to a PhD program. The awardee must separately apply and be accepted to a PhD program in computer science (or an adjacent field) at an eligible institution.
  • Grant of the Fellowship will be subject to the rules and guidelines applicable in the institution where the awardee registers for the PhD program.

Nominated students in Africa, Australia and New Zealand, Canada and the United States, East Asia and Europe.

Universities should only nominate students that meet the following requirements:

  • Africa: Incoming PhD students are eligible to apply, but the Fellowship award shall be contingent on the awardee registering for a full-time PhD program in computer science (or an adjacent field) within the academic award year of the Fellowship award, or the award shall be forfeited.
  • Australia and New Zealand : early-stage students enrolled in the first or second year of their PhD (no requirement for completion of graduate coursework by the academic award year).
  • Canada and the United States : students who have completed graduate coursework in their PhD by the academic award year when the Fellowship begins.
  • East Asia: students who have completed most of graduate coursework in their PhD by the academic award year when the Fellowship begins. Students should have sufficient time for research projects after receiving a fellowship.
  • Europe: Students enrolled at any stage of their PhD are eligible to apply.

Direct applicant students in India, Latin America and Southeast Asia

  • Latin America : incoming or early stage-students enrolled in the first or second year of their PhD (no requirement for completion of graduate coursework by the academic award year).

What should be included in an application? What language should the application be in?

All application materials should be submitted in English.

For each student nomination, the university will be asked to submit the following material in a single, flat (not portfolio) PDF file:

  • Student CV with links to website and publications (if available)
  • Short (1-page) resume/CV of the student's primary PhD program advisor
  • Available transcripts (mark sheets) starting from first year/semester of Bachelor's degree to date
  • Research proposal (maximum 3 pages, excluding references)
  • 2-3 letters of recommendation from those familiar with the nominee''s work (at least one from the thesis advisor for current PhD students)
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: What impact would receiving this Fellowship have on your education? Describe any circumstances affecting your need for a Fellowship and what educational goals this Fellowship will enable you to accomplish.
  • Transcripts of current and previous academic records
  • 1-2 letters of recommendation from those familiar with the nominee's work (at least one from the thesis advisor)

Canada, East Asia, the United States

  • Cover sheet signed by the Department Chair confirming the student passes eligibility requirements. (See FAQ "What are the eligibility requirements for students?")
  • Short (1-page) CV of the student's primary advisor
  • 2-3 letters of recommendation from those familiar with the nominee's work (at least one from the thesis advisor)
  • Research / dissertation proposal (maximum 3 pages, excluding references)
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe the desired impact your research will make on the field and society, and why this is important to you. Include any personal, educational and/or professional experiences that have motivated your research interests.
  • Student essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time. (A leadership role can mean more than just a title. It can mean being a mentor to others, acting as the person in charge of a specific task, or taking the lead role in organizing an event or project. Think about what you accomplished and what you learned from the experience. What were your responsibilities? Did you lead a team? How did your experience change your perspective on leading others? Did you help to resolve an important dispute at your school, church, in your community or an organization? And your leadership role doesn’t necessarily have to be limited to school activities. For example, do you help out or take care of your family?)

Students will need the following documents in a single, flat (not portfolio) PDF file in order to complete an application (in English only):

  • Student applicant’s resume with links to website and publications (if available)
  • Short (one-page) resume/CV of the student applicant's primary PhD program advisor
  • 2-3 letters of recommendation from those familiar with the applicant's work (at least one from the thesis advisor for current PhD students)
  • Applicant's essay response (350-word limit) to: Describe the desired impact your research will make on the field and society, and why this is important to you. Include any personal, educational and/or professional experiences that have motivated your research interests.
  • Applicant's essay response (350-word limit) to: What are your long-term goals for your pathway in computing research, and how would receiving the Google PhD Fellowship help you progress toward those goals in the short-term?

How do I apply for the PhD Fellowship Program? Who should submit the applications? Can students apply directly for a Fellowship?

Check the eligibility and application requirements in your region before applying. Submission forms are available on this page when the application period begins.

India, Latin America and Southeast Asia: students may apply directly during the application period.

Africa, Australia, Canada, East Asia, Europe, New Zealand, and the United States : students cannot apply directly to the program; they must be nominated by an eligible university during the application period.

How many students may each university nominate?

India, Latin America and Southeast Asia : applications are open directly to students with no limit to the number of students that can apply from a university.

Australia and New Zealand : universities may nominate up to two eligible students.

Canada and the United States : Universities may nominate up to four eligible students. We encourage nominating students with diverse backgrounds especially those from historically marginalized groups in the field of computing. If more than two students are nominated then we strongly encourage additional nominees who self-identify as a woman, Black / African descent, Hispanic / Latino / Latinx, Indigenous, and/or a person with a disability.

Africa, East Asia and Europe : Universities may nominate up to three eligible students. We encourage nominating students with diverse backgrounds especially those from historically marginalized groups in the field of computing. If more than two students are nominated then we strongly encourage the additional nominee who self-identifies as a woman.

*Applications are evaluated on merit. Please see FAQ for details on how applications are evaluated.

How are applications evaluated?

In Canada and the United State, East Asia and Latin America, essay responses are evaluated in addition to application materials to determine an overall recommendation.

A nominee's status as a member of a historically marginalized group is not considered in the selection of award recipients.

Research should align with Google AI Principles .

Incomplete proposals will not be considered.

How are Google PhD Fellowships given?

Any monetary awards will be paid directly to the Fellow's university for distribution. No overhead should be assessed against them.

What are the intellectual property implications of a Google PhD Fellowship?

Fellowship recipients are not subject to intellectual property restrictions unless they complete an internship at Google. If that is the case, they are subject to the same intellectual property restrictions as any other Google intern.

Will the Fellowship recipients become employees of Google?

No, Fellowship recipients do not become employees of Google due to receiving the award. The award does not preclude future eligibility for internships or employment opportunities at Google, nor does it increase the chances of obtaining them. If they are interested in working at Google, they are welcome to apply for jobs and go through the same hiring process as any other person.

Can Fellowship recipients also be considered for other Google scholarships?

Yes, Fellowship recipients are eligible for these scholarships .

After award notification, when do the Google PhD Fellowships begin?

After Google PhD Fellowship recipients are notified, the Fellowship is effective starting the following school year.

What is the program application time period?

Applications for the 2024 program will open in March 2024 and close in May 2024 for all regions. Refer to the main Google PhD Fellowship Program page for each region’s application details.

A global awards announcement will be made in September on the Google Research Blog publicly announcing all award recipients.

How can I ask additional questions?

Due to the volume of emails we receive, we may not be able to respond to questions where the answer is available on the website. If your question has not been answered by a FAQ, email:

Africa: [email protected]

Australia and New Zealand: [email protected]

Canada and the United States: [email protected]

East Asia: [email protected]

Europe: [email protected]

India: [email protected]

Latin America: [email protected]

Southeast Asia: [email protected]

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The Manufacturing Futures Institute (MFI) provides funding and support through a series of ongoing programs.

Postdoctoral fellowship program

The MFI Postdoctoral Fellowship Program seeks both internal and external candidates whose work will support the vision of MFI by demonstrating research excellence and leadership in addressing challenges that further the digitalization of manufacturing.

Proposed research must demonstrate a clear fit with MFI’s mission and areas of academic inquiry including, but not limited to, additive manufacturing, robotics, digital twins, generative manufacturing, micro/nanomanufacturing, biomanufacturing, and manufacturing workforce.

Applicants will need confirmed commitment from a CMU faculty mentor to be considered. Incomplete applications, including those without a CMU faculty mentor’s letter of support, will not be reviewed. Fellowship appointments will be for one year with the option for potential renewal, subject to annual performance review and availability of funds.

Applications are not currently being accepted.

Seed funding program (Request for proposals)

Through its annual competition, MFI funds 12-month-long seed projects that align with the MFI mission to inspire, engineer, and lead technological and workforce advances for agile, intelligent, efficient, resilient, and sustainable manufacturing.

The maximum project cost is $200,000, with most projects receiving approximately $100,000. The Requests for Proposals (RFP) for 2024 projects opened on September 27, 2023, and applications were due on Friday, October 27, 2023. The 2024 projects were awarded and are underway.

Cost share for proposals

MFI helps with cost share on promising proposals for federal funding that require mandatory cost share, subject to availability of funds. Generally, cost share from departmental and college sources is expected to be sought in parallel. Requests for cost share should be submitted to [email protected]

Manufacturing start-up bridge fund

MFI can help qualified CMU startup teams bridge between research projects and product or process feasibility, subject to availability of funds.  This program is managed through the CMU Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creation (CTTEC).   

Mill 19 fit out and equipment fund

MFI is building manufacturing research capabilities at its Mill 19 facility and can provide funds for shared resources needed to catalyze and grow its multi-disciplinary manufacturing research capabilities. Discussions related to infrastructure are held periodically through the University Advisory and Advocacy Committee and specific initiatives are guided by outputs from internal MFI workshops and ad hoc committee formation.  Suggestions for needed Mill 19 infrastructure to support advanced manufacturing research can be submitted to [email protected]

Manufacturing PA innovation program

MFI administers the Manufacturing PA Innovation Program, funded through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. Its Manufacturing Fellows Initiative supports undergraduate and graduate student fellows at Pennsylvania universities working with Pennsylvania manufacturers. The Program leverages the internationally acclaimed science and engineering talent and discovery capacity of all Pennsylvania’s institutions of higher education to help ensure that Pennsylvania remains a national and international leader in manufacturing and achieves the full economic potential for good well-paying manufacturing jobs.

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