- Informatics Resources and Content
- Fellowship/Research Program opportunities
- General Research Resources
- Educational materials
- Modules and course plans for introductions to machine learning for materials scientists.
- ML curriculum
- Databases: Material’s property data sets and descriptors for easy exploration of machine learning.
- We have CPU and GPU resources we would be glad to share with collaborators.
- Please learn more about student AI work at UW from the AI Club.
- Please learn more about machine learning at UW here.
Fellowships and research programs are a great way to
- Get funding for skunkworks activities (e.g., over the summer), typically a few thousands dollars.
- Get funding for schooling as UG or Grad (typically tens of thousands of dollars).
- Strengthen your resume.
- Obtain extra funds.
Skunkworks participants have a huge advantage in fellowship and research program applications as they typically have a well-defined project in an cutting edge area with many positive learning benefits. Skunkworks applicants can therefore often write excellent applications quickly. Here are a few opportunities that might be relevant and please send me (Dane Morgan <email@example.com>
) more if you learn about them. Also see UW list for campus and national awards here.
- University Bookstore Award which will provide $1,000 for independent research.
- Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowship which provides $3,000 to a student and $1,000 to an advisor to further their research collaborations.
- Welton Summer Sophomore Apprenticeship which provides a $2,500 stipend to help support work in the summer.
- WISCIENCE Summer Research Program which provides $1500 for work in the summer.
- Sophomore Research Fellowship provides $2,500 to student/$500 to advisor for research. For 2nd year undergraduates.
- Ralph B. Abrams Scholarship which provides $500-$1000 for seniors pursuing a degree in College of L&S.
- NSF Graduate Fellowship, DOE Graduate Fellowship, Hertz
- Department of Defense SMART Scholars:
The Department of Defense (DoD) SMART Scholarship Program is an opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in STEM disciplines to receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed by the Department of Defense upon degree completion.
SMART Scholars will receive:
- A full tuition scholarship while in school
- An annual stipend
- Summer research internships
- A job after graduating in their STEM field at a cutting edge Department of Defense Facility
- Be a citizen of the United States and 18 years of age or older
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Be pursuing a technical undergraduate or graduate degree in one of the 21 specified STEM disciplines
- Toyota Technical Institute at Chicago visiting student/intern. Program seems very flexible for UG/grads and timing, but mostly summer internships.