The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, through its Robert Bosch Centre for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RBCDSAI), is now accepting applications for the Post Baccalaureate Fellowship, which is a research internship in artificial intelligence and data science.
Things to know:
· This fellowship is open to exceptional recent graduates who wish to pursue a one to two-year research internship.
· The available fields are areas of data science and artificial intelligence.
· Selected candidates will be paid a monthly stipend of Rs 60,000.
· Candidates applying for the fellowship must not be more than 27 years of age.
· A good understanding and a working knowledge of languages like Python, R and MATLAB is a prerequisite.
· Candidates who have contributed to open-source projects will have an added advantage.
· Selected candidates will get to work on various new, modern and developing projects at RBCDSAI at IIT Madras.
Benefits of this fellowship:
· Selected candidates will have access to networked data across different disciplines and the top deep reinforcement learning group.
· Selected candidates will also get access to state-of-the-art high-performance CPU or GPU computing infrastructure.
· Once the candidates complete their fellowship, they will have the opportunity to join leading companies in data science and artificial intelligence or even pursue research in top universities.
· Selected candidates will also get to attend regular colloquia by international experts and workshops.
· An opportunity to publish in top journals and conferences is also given to selected candidates.
How to apply:
· Candidates who wish to apply for the fellowship can do so by clicking here to access the Google form.
· Candidates are required to furnish their personal and educational details.
· A Statement of Purpose (SOP) is also required to be submitted along with the Google form.
· A link to the candidates curriculum vitae (CV) must also be uploaded.
· While filling out the form, do enter your e-mail address and phone number correctly, as this will be used for future communication.
(Edited by Divya Sethu)