Bachelor and Master students pursuing technical education are invited to participate in a summer fellowship in Lausanne, Switzerland. The fellowship is open to students of computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering programmes. Participants will receive a living allowance of CHF 1,600 per month. The deadline is on 1 December 2020.
The School of Computer and Communication Sciences of the École Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland in the form od Summer Fellowship offers summer fellowships to international students.
Participants get the chance to learn new skills and to gain hands-on experience in their chosen field while collaborating with leading senior scientists.
The programme is open to Bachelor and Master students in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, or Electrical Engineering. Fellowship recipients will participate into the life of a research unit, typically to help solve problems which are usually part of major research efforts.
Often, this will lead to performing challenging programming or design tasks to prove new concepts.
Accepted students will receive a living allowance of CHF 1,600. per month and a refund of travelling costs.
Fellowships take places during a period between two and three months (possibly but not necessarily including the second week of July), individually agreed with the hosting lab.
The deadline is on 1 December 2020.
Fellowships are awarded to students enrolled in BSc, BTech, MSc, MTech, or equivalent programmes in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, or Electrical Engineering.
PhD students are not eligible. At the time of application, applicants must be enrolled in the 2nd year Bachelor or above (therefore, all applicants must have successfully completed at least their 1st year of the Bachelor’s programme). Projects are offered competitively to students with excellent academic results.
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