NSF Ph.D. Fellowships in Ethical AI, UT Austin
Good Systems, a UT Grand Challenge and Texas Robotics are recruiting our first cohort of NSF Research Traineeship Ph.D. Fellows in Ethical AI. Students can apply for doctoral admission in Aerospace Engineering, Community and Regional Planning, Computer Science, or Information Studies. Students will take coursework in ethical AI, and may participate in research projects such as Good Systems core research projects in Smart Cities, Racial Justice, Living and Working with Robots, and Smart Hand Tools, as well as Texas Robotics projects in Short-to-Medium-range Autonomous Delivery Systems, Building-Wide Intelligence, RoboCup@Home, and Human-Centered Service Robots. The Ph.D. Fellowship includes full funding (stipend, tuition, and health benefits) from NSF for two years and funding from UT-Austin for up to three more years (the NSF Fellowship are restricted to US Citizens and Permanent Residents, but all prospective applicants are invited to apply for admission to our respective doctoral programs). Students will take interdisciplinary coursework including an socio-technical blend of courses across architecture, computer science, engineering, and information. Please apply to any or all of the participating programs at the links and by the deadlines listed below, and please make sure to mention your interest in participating in the Ph.D. Fellowships in Ethical AI in your application. Also, we encourage applicants to contact the fellowship leads listed below for each department.
Contact: Luis Sentis
Contact: Junfeng Jiao