Graduate Student Fellowship

ASME Unit:   Information Storage & Processing Systems Division (ISPS)
Date Established:   2004
Achievement:   To encourage technical research related to the field of information storage and processing systems, among Mechanical Engineering graduate students across the world.
Limitations:   Mechanical Engineering graduate students, pursuing thesis based research in areas of interest to the information storage and processing systems. The student should not have defended his/her thesis by the time that the fellowship is awarded. A graduate student is eligible to receive this award only once during his/her career.
Nomination Deadline:   10/30
Form of Award:   The graduate fellowship consists of a monetary award of $1500 and free registration for the annual ISPS Conference in the year the award is granted.
Frequency of Award:   Annual
Administrative:   ISPS
Level of Award:   Division
Selected By:   The Awards Committee of the ISPS Division
Selecting Process:   The Awards Committee of the ISPS Division will decide the winner of the fellowship. The decision will be based on the following criteria: Conduct research in the area of information storage and processing systems. Demonstrate/promise significant theoretical/applied achievements in graduate research in the areas of interest of the division. Support letters from faculty and/or industry.
Funding:   The Graduate Fellowship consists of a monetary award of $1500 and free registration is funded ISPS
Date Created:   12/8/2008
Date Modified:   12/14/2009
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Winners of the Graduate Student Fellowship

2004 - Vankataraman Kartik (Carnegie Mellon University)
2005 - Matthew Graham (UC San Diego)
2006 - Bart Raeymaekers (UC San Diego)