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گرنت تحصیلی گوگل ویژه دانشجویان ارشد و دکتری مهندسی و علوم کامپیوتر در ۲۲ عنوان گرایش تخصصی

گرنت تحصیلی گوگل ویژه دانشجویان ارشد و دکتری مهندسی و علوم کامپیوتر در ۲۲ عنوان گرایش تخصصی – گوگل به عنوان پیشرو ترین کمپانی جهانی در توسعه و ایجاد تکنولوژی های جدید ، از تحقیق و پژوهش مستثنی نبوده و به همین منظور، پژوهش ها و مهندسی های بسیار زیادی در این کمپانی در حال انجام است.

گوگل بخشی از نیاز های علمی خود را برای ایجاد نوآوری در حوزه رسالت خود، به مراکز علمی در بسیاری از نقاط جهان برون سپاری کرده و ارتباطات تنگاتنگی با دانشگاه های مطرح جهان دارد.

به همین منظور، گوگل در راستای شناسایی و حمایت از تحقیقات علمی در حال انجام که دارای سطح بین المللی باشند، برنامه تشویق محققان گوگل را طرح نموده است.

افرادی که تاکنون موفق به اخذ گرنت گوگل شده اند، در این لینک آمده اند.

برنامه تشویق محققان، سالانه می باشد و برای سال ۲۰۱۵ ، دو مهلت ارسال تقاضا نامه در تاریخ  ۱۵ ماه آوریل سال ۲۰۱۵ و ۱۵ ماه اکتبر سال ۲۰۱۵  وجود دارد. توصیه می شود متقاضیان قبل از اپلای نمودن برای این گرنت تحصیلی ، سوالات متداول (لینک) و راهنمای پروپوزال (لینک) را که توسط کمیته بررسی کننده پروپوزال ها تهیه شده است، مطالعه نمایند.

در صورتی که سوالی قبل از اپلای درباره این گرنت تحصیلی دارید می توانید با این ایمیل تماس حاصل نمایید  [email protected] . اساتید و دانشجویان دانشگاه های ایران برای کسب اطلاعات بیشتر در این رابطه بایستی با ایمیل کارشناس منطقه خاورمیانه گوگل [email protected] تماس حاصل نمایند

گرنت تحصیلی گوگل ، بدون محدودیت تعداد ، فقط به استادان دانشگاه ها ( با درجه استادیاری ، دانشیاری و استادی ) از سراسر جهان که پایان نامه کارشناسی ارشد و رساله دکتری را راهنمایی می کنند، فقط برای حمایت از دانشجویان کارشناسی ارشد و همچنین دکتری ، برای پوشش هزینه های تحصیل ، زندگی و دستمزد دانشجو اعطا می شود که حدودا برای یکسال کاری ، ۵۰ تا ۶۰ هزار دلار می باشد که بستگی به محل تحصیل و کنفرانس های اعزامی متغیر است و ماکزیمم مقدار قابل درخواست توسط استاد، تا ۱۵۰ هزار دلار می باشد و گوگل به مبلغ درج شده در پروپوزال های ارسالی اعتماد می کند.

مسائل حقوقی اعطای این بورس ، مطابق قوانین ایالات متحده امریکا می باشد.

دانشجویان دریافت کننده این گرنت تحصیلی ، از گوکل بازدید خواهند کرد و تحقیقات خود را با گوگل در میان می گذارند و با تیم های تحقیقاتی گوگل آشنا خواهند شد.

گوگل انتظار دارد که نتیجه تحقیقات انجام گرفته تحت حمایت این گرنت تحصیلی ، در کنفرانس ها و مجلات معتبر جهان به چاپ برسد.

عناوین تحقیقات مورد نظر گوگل 

برای آشنایی با حوزه های تخصصی مورد علاقه گوگل و برآوردی از سطح دانش علمی می توانید به آخرین مقالات منتشر شده گوگل در این لینک و بلاگ تحقیقاتی گوگل در این لینک و همچنین لیست انتشارات محققان گوگل در این لینک مراجعه نمایید. این موارد تنها به عنوان مثال ذکر شده و هرگونه ایده و پروپوزال مرتبط، مورد پذیرش گوگل خواهد بود.

عناوین تحقیقات مورد نظر گوگل در مهندسی و علوم کامپیوتر و حوزه های مرتبط به شرح ذیل دسته بندی شده اند و از متقاضیان درخواست می شود در این چارچوب پروپوزل های خود را ارسال نمایند.

  • Computational neuroscience
  • Economics and market algorithms
  • Geo/maps
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Information retrieval, extraction, and organization (including semantic graphs)
  • Machine learning and data mining
  • Machine perception
  • Machine translation
  • Mobile
  • Natural language processing
  • Networking
  • Online education at scale
  • Physical interactions with devices
  • Policy and standards
  • Privacy
  • Robotics
  • Security
  • Social networks
  • Software engineering and programming languages
  • Speech
  • Structured data and database management
  • Systems (hardware and software)

متقاضیان برای این گرنت تحصیلی می توانند برای Google Cloud Credits به میزان ۱۰ هزار دلار نیز اقدام نمایند.

شیوه اپلای برای این گرنت تحصیلی با شیوه اپلای برای سایر بورس ها و گرنت های تحصیلی که دانشجویان خود مستقیما اقدام می نمایند متفاوت بوده و بایستی به لینک های راهنما که در متن خبر اشاره شده توجه نمایید.

آموزش نوشتن رزومه ، توصیه نامه و سایر موارد مرتبط با اپلای کردن و گرفتن پذیرش از دانشگاه های خارج از کشور، در این لینک ارائه شده است.

توجه داشته باشید که برای اپلای کردن در گرنت تحصیلی کارشناسی ارشد و دکتری ، درخواست پذیرش شما بایستی کامل باشد.

رایتمن برایتان آرزوی موفقیت دارد.

Google Faculty Research Awards

Google’s mission: Organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful

At Google, we are committed to developing new technologies to help our users find and use information. While we do significant in-house research and engineering, we also maintain strong ties with academic institutions worldwide pursuing innovative research in core areas relevant to our mission. As part of that vision, the Google Research Awards program aims to identify and support world-class, full-time faculty pursuing research in areas of mutual interest. For a full list of past Research Awards recipients, please click here

Our next submission deadline is April 15, 2015. We will post the link to the application form by April 3, 2015. Please carefully review all the instructions below, including our FAQs and proposal advice before applying

What are Google Research Awards

Google Research Awards are one-year awards structured as unrestricted gifts to universities to support the work of world-class full-time faculty members at top universities around the world. Faculty members can apply for Research Awards by submitting a proposal to one of our two 2015 funding rounds. Our 2015 deadlines are April 15 and October 15. Recipients are selected through a comprehensive internal review process and notified of their awards within 4 months of the initial submission. Faculty members can apply for up to 150,000 USD in eligible expenses, but actual award amounts are frequently less than the full amount requested. Most awards are funded at the amount needed to support basic expenses for one graduate student for one year. Please see our FAQs for more details on eligibility and budgets. Scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir

The intent of the Google Research Awards is to support cutting-edge research in Computer Science, Engineering, and related fields. We ask applicants to categorize their proposals into one of the following broad research areas of interest to Google

Computational neuroscience

Economics and market algorithms

Geo/maps

Human-computer interaction

Information retrieval, extraction, and organization – including semantic graphs

Machine learning and data mining

Machine perception

Machine translation

Mobile

Natural language processing

Networking

Online education at scale

Physical interactions with devices

Policy and standards

Privacy

Robotics

Security

Social networks

Software engineering and programming languages

Speech

Structured data and database management

Systems (hardware and software

Each funded project will be assigned a Google sponsor. The role of the sponsor is to support the project by discussing research directions, engaging with professors and students, and overseeing collaboration between the project team and Google. We encourage Research Awards recipients to visit Google to give talks related to their work and meet with relevant research groups here. Through the Research Awards program, we try to fund projects where collaboration with Google will be especially valuable to the research team. Scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir

Applying for Google Research Awards

To apply for a Google research award, faculty members should use the following general guidelines for proposal submission. More details are available in our FAQs. We made significant updates to our policies and requirements in 2012. Please read the information below, as well as our FAQs, carefully

Full-time faculty members from universities worldwide are eligible to serve as Principal Investigators (PIs) or co-PIs on Research Awards proposals. Faculty members may submit one proposal per funding cycle as a PI or a co-PI unless they received an award the previous round. In that case we ask that PIs wait until the following round to apply for funding again, whether or not the projects are related. More details, including the definition of a PI and our eligibility criteria can be found in our FAQs

This advice on drafting a strong proposal, written by a group of Google researchers and engineers involved in the review and selection process, is an excellent place to start as you prepare an application for the Research Awards program

The application process for the Research Awards includes filling out an online form requesting basic information and uploading a PDF proposal via the form. As part of the online form, you will be asked to select a topic area from among the 22 areas listed above. Please select carefully, as this will determine which of our review committees will review your proposal. We may, at our discretion, move proposals between areas. Please note that Google cannot accept any proposal containing confidential or proprietary information

Proposal: the main proposal section is comprised of 4 parts: An overview, a proposal body, a data policy, and a budget. The maximum length of the entire proposal section, including references, is 3 pages. In addition to the 3-page proposal, we require a CV from the primary PI and allow the inclusion of CVs from co-PIs. The maximum length for each CV is 2 pages. For PIs (and co-PIs) who have been funded by Google in the past, in addition to the 4 parts listed above, we also require a brief (1/2 page maximum) summary of the results of past projects funded by Google. This section does not count toward the three-page proposal limit

Overview

Proposal Title

Principal Investigator (PI) full name, contact information (postal address, email address, phone), affiliation (university, school, college and/or department

Optional – The name(s) of up to two Google contacts. Contacts are defined as people at Google who are familiar with your professional work

Optional – The name(s) of up to two potential Google sponsors. Potential sponsors are defined as people at Google with whom you have already discussed the specific proposal. Providing contacts and potential sponsors as part of the appliction is optional; Google will assign sponsors to each funded proposal. Please see our FAQs for details on Google contacts and potential sponsors

Proposal body

Abstract

Research goals, including a problem statement

Description of the work you’d like to do, as well as the expected outcomes and results

How this relates to prior work in the area (including your own, if relevant

References, where applicable

Please carefully review the advice provided by some of our reviewers before crafting your proposal

Data policy

Google’s Research Awards program is designed to support work whose output will be made available to the public and to the research community. To that end, we ask that you provide us with a few sentences sharing what you intend to do with the output of your project (e.g. open sourcing code, making data sets public, etc). Please note that Research Awards are structured as unrestricted gifts, so there are no legal requirements once a project is selected for funding. This is simply a statement of your current intentions

Budget

The budget section should provide a breakdown in US dollars across major line items, such as student salary, student tuition, travel, and the cost of Android hardware where applicable. We prefer a short bulleted list of overall costs with basic explanations where needed. Please keep in mind that your budget counts towards the 3-page limit. Full-page budgets are not helpful to us

Research Awards generally support basic expenses for one student for one year, so budgets are frequently reduced to this level of support. If two universities are involved, we may support one student at each school. Most awards are in the 40,000-70,000 USD range. The maximum amount a PI can request is 150,000 USD. Please see our FAQs for more details on eligible budget items

If the your project will require on additional funding from another source (e.g. for specialized hardware), it may be helpful to note if you have already secured this funding

Awards are structured as unrestricted gifts to universities, so Google has a strict policy against supporting overhead. Research Awards cover direct costs only. Indirect costs, administrative costs, and overhead are not considered eligible budget items

For previously-funded PIs only – Results from past projects

If you have received Google funding in the past (in any form or through any program), we’d like a brief description of the outcomes of the work. We are most interested in concrete output (publications, software artifacts, data sets, awards, press, etc) and collaborations with Google (visits, talks, involvement with the Google sponsor, student interactions, etc). We require this information from all past funding recipients, even if the current application is unrelated to the project we previously funded. If you faced setbacks that prevented you from carrying out the work you initially laid out, please take a moment to explain what happened and how things turned out

CV of the PI(s

The maximum length of a PI CV is two pages. Any submitted CV that is longer than 2 pages may be cut off at two pages before the proposal review process begins

We require a CV for at least the primary PI on the proposal. We will accept CVs from each of the PIs listed on the proposal (up to three are allowed). Each CV must be limited to two pages

Google Cloud Credits

In addition to the standard Faculty Research Award, to further support their proposed research projects, selected PIs are also eligible to separately apply for USD $10,000 in Google Cloud credits. Credits can be redeemed on Google’s Cloud Platform

PIs need to apply using a separate Google Cloud credits application form

Credits are only redeemable for products on Google’s Cloud Platform. Unused award credits will expire 24 months after acceptance of the Google Cloud credits award

The Google Cloud credit limit is USD $10,000 per selected project

Google Cloud credits are only available in eligible locales

Use of Google Cloud credits is subject to the TOS of Google Cloud Platform Products

If you applied for both Google Cloud credits and a Faculty Research Award, you may receive one or both

You will notified of your eligibility to apply for cloud credits when we send Faculty Research Award notification emails in February and August for Winter and Summer rounds, respectively

FAQs

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page for more details on the program, as well as clarifications on eligibility, proposal format, timelines, and logistics

Google Faculty Research Awards

 

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