November 29, 2011: Congratulations to computer science PhD student Marco Maggioni on receiving the Fall 2011 UIC Chancellor Graduate Research Fellowship

Congratulations to Marco Maggioni, computer science PhD student, on receiving the Fall 2011 UIC Chancellor Graduate Research Fellowship to support his project "New approaches in hybrid computing for kinship analysis".

http://grad.uic.edu/cms/?pid=1000778

The Chancellor?s Graduate Fellowship Program supports increased multidisciplinary scholarship opportunities and exposure to varied research and creative fields for graduate and professional students. Successful applicants must show exceptional promise for future multidisciplinary research and creative activity in their fields of interest. Funding of up to $4,000 per year for up to 2 years will allow graduate or professional candidates to supplement their existing stipends. Applications will be evaluated not only on the quality of the prospective student, but also the quality of the proposed project and the involved role of the mentor.

Marco Maggioni's webpage:
http://www.cs.uic.edu/~mmaggion/

The list of Fall 2011 fallowship recipients:
http://grad.uic.edu/pdfs/Fall%202011%20Winners%20finalized%20list.pdf











































 
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