The latest recipients of the Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowships are seven promising, early-career professors from around the world who are exploring groundbreaking, high-impact and innovative computing research.
These fellowships — which include a cash award and access to software, invitations to conferences and engagements with Microsoft Research — allow bright young academics to devote their time to pushing the boundaries of computer science research, freed from the distraction of grinding out grant proposals.
Head over to the Microsoft Research Connections Blog to read about these Faculty Fellows, who hail from as far as Seoul and as close as Stanford University.
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