NVIDIA talent hunting

Written by Ryan Garside

November 30, 2006 | 16:09

Tags: #technology #university

Companies: #nvidia

NVIDIA is on the look out for the top student talent of tomorrow as it launches its 'Fellowship' scheme. Designed to snaffle up the most gifted individuals, here is the word from the site:

"NVIDIA partners with industry leaders to tackle some of the most complex visual computing challenges. We're creating profound change in industries such as medical imaging, space exploration, automotive design and film production. We've only scratched the surface of what we can accomplish when we apply our technology to it. We need innovative and talented doctoral students, who aren't afraid of a challenge, to help us tackle these opportunities."

If you're currently undertaking a degree in computer science or something similar then this would certainly be a top program to be involved with. Unfortunately the requirements for applicants are pretty high:

    • Students must have already complete their first year of Ph.D. level studies
    • Have majors in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, System Architecture, Electrical Engineering, or a related area
    • Hold current membership on an active research team
    • Be enrolled as a full time Ph.D. student during the academic year of the award

It's certainly one to aim for if you who want to get into the industry. Being part of the NVIDIA fellowship programme will give you access of the latest hardware and help work on developing and moulding future technologies.

If you think you've got what it takes to apply then check out the programme homepage.
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