The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
$5,000 annually, non-renewable.
Three awards offered annually.
One year fellowships are awarded to promote, recognize, and support PhD level study and research within the Electron Devices Society’s field of interest. It is expected that three fellowships will be awarded, with the intention of at least one fellowship being given to eligible students in each of the following geographical regions every year: Americas, Europe/Middle East/Africa, and Asia & Pacific. Only one candidate can win per educational institution. Candidate must: be an IEEE EDS student member at the time of nomination; be pursuing a doctorate degree within the EDS field of interest on a full-time basis; and continue his/her studies at the current institution with the same faculty advisor for twelve months after receipt of award. Sponsor must be an IEEE EDS member. The candidate must be studying and conducting research in the EDS field of interest. The field of interest for EDS is all aspects of engineering, physics, theory, experiment and simulation of electron and ion devices involving insulators, metals, organic materials, plasmas, semiconductors, quantum-effect materials, vacuum, and emerging materials. Specific applications of these devices include bioelectronics, biomedical, computation, communications, displays, electro and micro mechanics, imaging, micro actuators, optical, photovoltaics, power, sensors and signal processing. The society is concerned with research, development, design and manufacture related to the materials, processing, technology, and applications of such devices, and scientific, technical, educational and other activities that contribute to the advancement of this field.
Additional information is available online from The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) website. Students must be nominated by a current member of the IEEE Electron Devices Socie ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.