Sponsoring Organization or Individual

Human Factors, instrumentation and Control Division (HFICD)

Selection Process

A selection committee will be established by the Human Factors, instrumentation and Control Division

Academic Level

Graduate (Masters or Ph.D.)


1 awarded annually @ $4,000/each

Special Selection Criteria, Restrictions, and Other Special Requirements (If Any)

  • U.S. and non-U.S. applicants must be a graduate student enrolled full–time in an accredited U.S. university engaged in MS or Ph.D. research into technical aspects of human factors, instrumentation and/or controls.
  • Applicants must submit a brief (500-word) essay describing their current educational activities and long-term professional objectives with respect to the human factors, instrumentation, and controls technical disciplines.
  • Open to students pursuing graduate studies in nuclear engineering with a focus in the field of human factors, instrumentation, and controls.


February 1

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