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IIIT-H announces 1-year Research Translation Fellowship

The Fellows will be part of a team to build one of these solutions in the year.

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Hyderabad: IIIT-Hyderabad has announced a year-long Research Translation Fellowship for working professionals to work on creating products from emerging research.

The full-time fellowship will include a stipend and a chance to work with research groups and professors, a release here said on Tuesday.

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The fellows will work with the research translation centres underway in centres including the Applied AI centre/INAI, Product Labs, Smart Cities Living Lab and Raj Reddy Center for Technology and Society.

Technologies considered will be from recent works of professors in the 20+ research centres of IIITH including emerging areas like AI, IoT, NLP, Computer Vision, robotics and other emerging technologies.

Products and solutions built may be in domains like healthcare monitoring, medical diagnostic algorithms, genomics, autonomous vehicles, safety solutions, education tech AI, Speech and language solutions for business, smart city device and AI analytics, social sector solutions in education and healthcare. The Fellows will be part of a team to build one of these solutions in the year.

This one-year research immersion will enable professionals to work with the research groups, get exposed to the latest from Research, and through the effort to build a product understand the real-world use of such Research.

According to Prof C V Jawahar, Dean R&D, “This is an opportunity for aspirants with over 1-year experience in technical roles, Smart Developers excited about research, keen on emerging technologies led innovation. They will also get to build products that will have a Population Scale Impact”.

For more details write to outreach. office!iiit.ac.in, the release added.

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