Computing, Data, and Society Fellows (CDSF) conduct cutting-edge research in computing and data science, broadly construed, with the potential for direct or indirect societal benefits.
Example areas of focus include Algorithmic Fairness, Ethical AI, Explainable AI, Disinformation, Algorithmic Economics, Privacy, Security, smart grid, sustainable computing; or applied mathematics, computer science, and control theory with applications to climate, energy, water, transportation, medicine, biology, chemistry, neuroscience, medicine, agriculture, and sociology.
This list is not meant to be exhaustive; candidates whose research interests – in any area of computing and mathematical sciences – meet the broad aims of the program may apply.
Click here to apply. Review of applications will begin on November 15. Complete applications should be received before January 1 to receive full consideration. Applicants should select CDSF when applying, and are encouraged (but not required) to select any additional appropriate centers below.