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The Centre for Scientific Computing


Deep Mind scholarships to build a stronger and more inclusive AI community.

DeepMind Technologies Limited is a world leader in artificial intelligence research and its application to real-world problems. DeepMind is pleased to offer fully-funded scholarships for students studying AI-related fields, including those studying for the Master's in Scientific Computing, through the Cambridge Trust.

The scholarship programme is part of an effort to build a stronger and more inclusive AI community, to bring a wider range of experiences to the fields of AI and computer science. As such, the scholarships fully fund female and/or Black students to study AI-related fields at the University of Cambridge, where these groups being currently under-represented.

Students will receive training on high performance computing and advanced algorithms for numerical simulation at continuum and atomic-scale levels. Their research project will combine this knowledge with AI methodologies to solve intractable real-world problems. An example of a  potential research project is the magnetic control of fusion reactor plasmas.

Scholars will be also offered support from a DeepMind mentor, and have opportunities to attend leading AI academic conferences and DeepMind events. DeepMind Scholarships are fully funded and are tenable at any college.

Application: No separate application is required for this scholarship, only the application to the University of Cambridge for admission in the MPhil in Scientific Computing.

Funding deadline: 5th of January 2023.

Conditions: Priority will be given to applicants who have been admitted for study in the MPhil in Scientific Computing and identify as female and/or Black.
Value: University tuition fee, Annual stipend (sufficient for a single person), Immigration Health Surcharge, Visa and Research costs.