2018 GSF Recipients
Class of 2018
(L to R) Shen, Yan, Hellstrom (Chair), Katam, Lee (not shown: Otten, Zappatore)

The fellowship is awarded annually to a full-time graduate student pursuing a PhD (or equivalent) degree in the area of applied superconductivity, at an accredited college or university of recognized standing worldwide. The intention of the award is to encourage students to enter and contribute to the field of applied superconductivity. 

Prize:
Each IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity will consist of an honorarium of US$ 5,000 and a suitably inscribed certificate.
Funding:
IEEE Council on Superconductivity will provide the funding for these awards:
- Each Award will have an associated honorarium of US $5,000.
- Funds for this award will be provided by the IEEE Council on Superconductivity.
- The maximum number of awards in a given year will be determined by the number of highly qualified candidates and the total Fellowship budget provided by the Council on Superconductivity for that year.
- The IEEE Council on Superconductivity’s budget will remain net positive with the inclusion of funding for these fellowships.
Presentation:
Awards may be announced at the Applied Superconductivity Conference, at the Magnet Technology conference, or at other events designated by the President of the IEEE Council on Superconductivity.
Basis for Judgement:
Award recipients will be selected based upon, in rank order: the quality of their prior work, the impact of their current research, impact of their potential research in superconductivity and their financial need. If a conflict of interest for any voting member or ex-officio member is identified with respect to an application for award, such as an application from a student with institutional or familial ties to the member, the member shall recuse themselves from the selection process for the application.
Eligibility:
To be eligible, the recipient must be pursuing full-time graduate work at an accredited college/university and pursuing or planning to pursue research activities in applied superconductivity. The applicant must have majored in engineering, materials, chemistry, physics or a related area and have received a Bachelor's Degree, or equivalent, from an accredited college of recognized standing worldwide. Applicants are required to submit certified transcripts from all colleges/universities attended and three letters of recommendation from college/university professors familiar with the applicant's work. Award recipients will be selected based upon the quality of their prior work, the impact of their current research or the impact of their potential research in superconductivity, and their financial need. We expect to distribute the Awards equally across the electronics, materials and large-scale areas of superconductivity. In addition, the awards will be distributed across a diverse range of universities or colleges in terms of applications and geographical location. The CSC Graduate Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity can be awarded to an individual not more than two times.
Nomination Details:

Nomination form and all letters of support need to be submitted by the posted deadline.

Application Form

 

Award Recipients

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Naveen Kumar Katam

2018 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship
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Geon Seok Lee

2018 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship
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Simon Otten

2018 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship
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Boyang Shen

2018 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship
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Daikang Yan

2018 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship
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Andrea Zappatore

2018 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship

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Christine Annette Donnelly

2017 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship
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Meysam Heydari Gharahcheshmeh

2017 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship
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Michal Maciejewski

2017 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship
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Federico Scurti

2017 Recipient of IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship