Facebook AI Research Residency Program is now available for international students. The Facebook AI Research Residency Program is a one-year research training program with Facebook’s AI Research group, designed to give you hands-on experience of machine learning research.
Facebook is an American for-profit corporation and an online social media and social networking service based in Menlo Park, California. The Facebook website was launched on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg and has more than 2 billion users. Application procedures are available for interested candidates.
Facebook AI Research Residency Program Eligible Countries
International students are eligible to apply for this program.
Facebook AI Research Residency Program Requirements Needed
Applicants must have a
- Bachelor’s degree in a STEM field such as Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent practical experience.
- Completed coursework in Linear Algebra, Probability, Calculus, or equivalent.
- Coding experience in a general-purpose programming language, such as Python or C/C++.
- Familiarity with a deep learning platform such as PyTorch, Caffe, Theano, or TensorFlow.
- Ability to communicate complex research in a clear, precise, and actionable manner.
- Research experience in machine learning or AI (as established for instance via publications and/or code releases).
- Significant contributions to open-source projects, demonstrating strong math, engineering, statistics, or machine learning skills.
- A strong track record of scholastic excellence.
How to Apply For Facebook AI Research Residency Program
To apply to the 2018 Facebook AI Residency Program, you will need to complete the application and submit the following items:
- CV/Resume (including links to GitHub, professional web pages, publications, or blog posts as applicable)
- Personal statement
- Academic grade transcript
Note: All materials must be in PDF format.
Facebook AI Research Residency Program Application Deadline
Application will end on January 26, 2018