View Full Version : Cornell IGERT fellowships for graduate study

Francisco Valero-cuevas
11-23-2003, 08:39 AM
We are pleased to announce renewed funding from the NSF for the
Cornell IGERT Program in Nonlinear Systems.

We anticipate awarding 8-12 two year fellowships for students who
will begin the Program in the Fall of 2004. Fellowship stipends will
be $27,500 for a twelve month period. NSF fellowship support is
restricted to US citizens or permanent residents.

The Nonlinear Systems Program is designed to foster research broadly
on nonlinear systems that combines theory, computation and empirical
data. Four thematic areas will be emphasized:

1. Complex Networks
2. Machines and Organisms - Locomotion and Manipulation
3. Biological Pattern Formation
4. Gene Regulation and Systems Biology

A detailed description of the emphasis area on Machines and Organisms
- Locomotion and Manipulation, of particular interest to this
community, can be found at

A detailed announcement of the competitive renewal can be found at:

The main page for the Cornell IGERT Program in Nonlinear Systems is:

Direct Inquiries to John Guckenheimer at gucken@cam.cornell.edu
Francisco Valero-Cuevas at fv24@cornell.edu

Francisco Valero-Cuevas, PhD
Assistant Professor
Director, Neuromuscular Biomechanics Laboratory

Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Cornell University tel 607.255.3575
220 Upson Hall fax 607.255.1222
Ithaca, NY 14853-7501 fv24@cornell.edu
(mailing address) http://www.mae.cornell.edu/nmbl

Laboratory for Biomedical Mechanics and Materials
The Hospital for Special Surgery
535 East 70 Street tel 212.606.1754
New York, NY 10021-4892

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