ACEnet will offer Research Fellowships commencing in 2015.
The program is open to students in any discipline, and the awards are designed to further research projects that utilize advanced computing resources provided by ACEnet/Compute Canada.
Graduate students are eligible for a $20,000 award over two years and undergraduate students can receive a $4000 award for a four-month period. Graduate students require matching funds from their research supervisor or home institution, while undergrads will need at minimum an additional $2000 of funding.
The program will be formally launched in October, 2014, with a January 31, 2015 deadline for submissions.
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