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Welcome to the Physics Illinois Grad Student Blog, which will provide information from the Grad Programs Office about academic deadlines, Grad College posts, fellowship and job opportunities, and other information you may find useful. Bookmark this site and return often to keep informed.
Openings are available for the upcoming CERN School of Computing 2016 (http://indico.cern.ch/event/502875/), which takes place from 28 August to 10 September 2016 in Mol, Belgium.
Applications are sought from doctoral students for the 2017 Siebel Scholars Program Award in Energy Science. Applications due by 5:00 p.m., Monday, June 6.
This summer, the Graduate College will hold workshops on a range of professional development topics, all specifically addressing the needs of graduate students at Illinois.
Illinois Physics graduate student Ali Husain has won second place in the Microsoft Quantum Challenge for his paper that describes using a quantum computer to compute spin-spin correlation functions.
Graduate College staff will cover how and where to search for funding and will offer a nuts and bolts overview of the art of proposal writing.
Information about a webinar on Thursday, May 19, about the Fulbright Program, which offers postdoctoral fellowships for recent graduates in the sciences, technology, engineering, and math.
Going on the job market soon? Mark your calendars and join us on July 19 for valuable advice from faculty and experts.
The Intensive English Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is happy to announce the Summer 2016 English for International Academic Communication for those with a high-intermediate to advanced English language proficiency level.
Physics grad student Yizhi You, a condensed matter theory PhD student in Eduardo Fradkin's research group, has been awarded a Dissertation Completion Fellowship for the 2016 - 2017 academic year from the Illinois Graduate College.
Interested in pursuing an academic career? Are you at least 2 years away from graduation? Help GradSWE coordinate the Illinois Female Engineers in Academia Training (iFEAT) Program!
Prof. Dallas Trinkle in Materials Science is looking for graduate students for two PhD research projects, using and developing new computational materials modeling focused on electronic structure methods (DFT).
Akuna Capital is hosting an exclusive event for Physics, Computer Science, and Computer Engineering PhD’s on May 4 in our Research Park office.
Friday, April 22 is the deadline to make RA and TA appointment arrangements for Summer 2016!
This talk will discuss aspects of data science relevant to people beginning their careers in this growing field. Thursday, April 21, at 4 pm in 103 Talbot Lab.
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