$20,000 Fellowship for PhD students | Due Dec. 1st

Are you pursuing innovative research related to information security, storage and availability? Then, this fellowship has your name on it!

The Symantec Research Labs Graduate Fellowship

Symantec is accepting applications for  2015 Fellowship Program. Award decisions will be made in January 2015. Symantec will award Symantec Research Labs (SRL) Graduate Fellowships to outstanding Ph.D. students who meet the eligibility criteria listed below. A key goal of the program is to fund innovative research that has real-world value, in areas where Symantec conducts business. We are soliciting applications for the following areas:

  • Next Generation Security: security and cryptography in the areas of mobile computing, data center, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, web, big data analytics, networks, information security, etc.
  • Storage and Systems: areas such as storage, backup, virtualization, cloud computing, big data infrastructure, etc.
  • Machine learning and data mining: including predictive analytics and anomaly detection, in support of the security, storage, and systems areas mentioned above.

Provisions of the Award

The SRL Graduate Fellowship provides up to $20,000 USD that may be used to cover one year of the student’s tuition fees and to reimburse expenses incurred by the student to engage into research collaboration with Symantec, such as conference registration fees, travel expenses, hardware, etc. If the fellowship is to cover tuition, this portion of the award will be made through the university.

Apply here —> http://www.symantec.com/about/careers/college/fellowship.jsp

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