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06/2010

Four Students from Center for Embedded Networked Sensing Win Fellowships

Congratulations to Min Y. Mun and Matt Mayernik who were awarded the Dissertation Year Fellowship for the 2010-2011 academic year. The UC Dissertation-Year Fellowship Program provides support to outstanding Ph.D. candidates during their dissertation year. The program provides faculty mentorship, information and advice to students as they prepare to become postdoctoral fellows or candidates for faculty positions. Each year, 52 Fellows are selected competitively by the Graduate Divisions of the UC campuses. Each Fellow receives a stipend,support for student fees and health benefits, research expenses, and travel funding to support visits to other universities for presentation of dissertation research.

Congratulations to Donnie Kim who was selected as an Intel PhD fellowship winner for the 2010-2011 academic year. The Intel Corporation Ph.D. Fellowship Program awards fellowships to Ph.D. candidates pursuing leading-edge work in fields related to Intel's business and research interests. Select U.S.universities are invited to submit a limited number of students for consideration and winning students are then selected by Intel fellows and their designees. Donnie's award consists of academic year tuition, a stipend and a travel grant. More info on Intel Graduate Support Programs More info on Intel PhD Fellowship Winners

Congratulations to Teresa Ko on being one of the winners of the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship 2010. Qualcomm invited applications for the fellowship from outstanding PhD students in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science departments at Stanford University, UC Berkeley (UCB), UC Los Angeles (UCLA), UC San Diego (UCSD), and University of Southern California (USC). Teams were limited to two students. The six winning teams were selected out of 80 applicants, and 21 finalists. Each of the winning teams will be awarded a $100,000 fellowship for submitting the most innovative proposals. More info on Qualcomm Innovation Fellowships