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Qualcomm Fellow-Mentor-Advisor (FMA) Fellowships
The Qualcomm Fellow-Mentor-Advisor Fellowship is a 12-month fellowship program for outstanding UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering doctoral students nominated by their Faculty Advisors.
Up to 4 FMA fellowships will be awarded this year.
The Program brings together teams which include an engineering Ph.D. candidate, his/her faculty advisor and an engineering mentor from Qualcomm. The goal is to foster in-depth connections between the Jacobs School faculty and Qualcomm engineers while enhancing the education of doctoral students.
2013-14 FMA Winners
|Faculty Advisor:||Prabhakar Bandaru, MAE|
|Student Fellow:||Hasan Faraby, ECE|
|Qualcomm Mentor:||Michael DiBattista|
|Project Title:||Optimizing Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Based Metal Deposition for Efficient Circuit Repair and Diagnostics|
|Faculty Advisor:||Chung-Kuan Cheng, CSE|
|Student Fellow:||Hao Zhuang, CSE|
|Qualcomm Mentor:||Kambiz Samadi|
|Project Title:||Low Power Datapath Synthesis for Monolithic 3D-ICs|
|Faculty Advisor:||Andrew Kahng, CSE and ECE|
|Student Fellow:||Tuck-Boon Chan, ECE|
|Qualcomm Mentor:||Sorin Dobre|
|Project Title:||Timing Corner Optimization for Design Implementation and Signoff in Advanced Process Nodes|
|Faculty Advisor:||Gabriel Rebeiz, ECE|
|Student Fellow:||Chih-Hsaing Ko, ECE|
|Qualcomm Mentor:||Allen Tran|
|Project Title:||Tunable Notch Filter with Dual-notch Characteristics in the 0.7 - 2.7 GHz Range|
Forms and Deadlines
Monday, February 4, 2013 at 5:00 pm
(Please submit as early as possible and prior to 2/1/13,
if interested in mentor matching.)
|Application||Friday, April 5, 2013 at 5:00 pm|
|Award Notification||Friday, May 31, 2013|
Provisions of the Award
This is a 12-month fellowship including:
- 100 percent of the student's tuition and fees for one academic year.
- 100 percent of the student's stipend for 12 months.
- Discretionary funding to the Faculty Advisor's research program related to the research plan of the fellow, including funding for conference travel for fellow.
- Total monetary value of the award is: $70,600.
- Fellows will receive guidance from experienced Qualcomm Mentor.
- Payment of the fellowship award, as described above, will be made directly to the university, and is not transferable to another academic institution or department.
- Applicants for the Qualcomm FMA must be nominated by their faculty advisor.
- Student must be enrolled as a doctoral student in good standing within one of the six academic departments of the UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering.
- Students must have completed at least one year of study at UCSD in their doctoral program.
- Student should be working in a research topic of interest to Qualcomm's future business development.
- Final applications must have a Qualcomm Mentor identified (please see below).
Identifying a Qualcomm Mentor
- Qualcomm Mentors are Qualcomm employees whose expertise is appropriate to the research project and who will be an integral member of the research team.
- Qualcomm Mentors may be individuals with whom the Faculty Advisor already works.
- In the case that a mentor is unknown, please indicate on Interest Statement. Qualcomm will circulate the Interest Statement to see if there is an appropriate engineering leader at Qualcomm who may want to serve as a mentor on the project.
- If a mentor is identified, the Qualcomm Mentor will contact the Faculty Advisor so they can confirm mutual interests and possibly invite the faculty member to present a seminar at Qualcomm before the final application is submitted.
How to Apply
Step One: Interest Statement
Submit interest statement including a one-paragraph description of proposed student research project, and indication of whether a Qualcomm Mentor is identified or not.
Step Two: Application
- Student's research project description (1-2 page), should be developed in consultation with Qualcomm Mentor.
- Student Nominee's CV
- Faculty Advisor's short CV (1-2 page)
Interest Statement and Applications should be submitted by the Faculty Advisor.
The Jacobs School will review applications to ensure they meet eligibility requirements for program. Qualcomm will review applications and make final award selections.
Inquiries: Lindy Nagata, (858) 822-2457 email@example.com