The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society Graduate Fellowship program was created to support graduate research studies in Microwave Engineering.
Microwave Engineering Fellowship
The propose research project must clearly be in the microwave area, supervised by a full-time faculty member. Both the applicant and the faculty supervisor must be members of MTT-S.
Microwave Engineering for Medical Applications Fellowship
The proposed research project must clearly involve the application of RF and microwave techniques to medical problems, supervised by a full-time faculty supervisor. Both the applicant and the faculty supervisor must be members of IEEE. The student does not need to be a member of MTT-S at the time of application, but must be a member of MTT-S prior to receiving the award.
- Limited travel support to attend the International Microwave Symposium to receive the award.
- Must have a B.S./B.A. in engineering, applied physics, computer science, or other appropriate field from an accredited institution of higher learning.
- Must be enrolled in an MS or Ph.D. program (or M.D. program for the Medical Applications Fellowship) as a full-time student in an accredited, degree granting institution of higher learning.
- Must be engaged in research necessary for the degree program, not just course work.
- There are no restrictions as to student’s citizenship or location of the institution.
- An applicant can apply for either type of the MTT-S Graduate Fellowships, but not both in the same year.