DAC Graduate Scholarship
Supported by the Design Automation Conference which ACM/SIGDA sponsors, the DAC graduate scholarships are intended to support graduate research and study in electronic design automation and circuit design. These scholarships are intended to support graduate students of faculty investigators at universities trying to establish new programs in electronic design automation or circuit design and/or graduate students of young faculty investigators (assistant rank, non-tenured) working in electronic design automation or circuit design.
These scholarships are awarded directly to a university for the faculty investigator to expend in accordance with his or her proposal. The university is free to use the scholarship funds in direct support of one or more of the graduate students named in the proposal, in the manner outlined in the proposal, except that the funds shall not be used to support indirect costs or overhead.
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