Apply for a Fall 2014 Invention Lab Fellowship

We are continuing our merit-based student fellowship program this semester. The fellowship covers the registration fee for the fall semester. Fellowship recipients and their projects will also be highlighted on our web site and in media coverage of the lab.

We will award up to 15 fellowships based on a combination of compelling project proposals for this semester and a track record of successful past projects.

To apply, complete our online application form by Friday, Sep 12th, 5:00PM (You must be logged in with your Berkeley Google Docs account to access this form.)

All current undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at UC Berkeley are eligible to apply. Your award will cover your lab fee for Fall 2014. You can apply individually or as a project team.

LEARN + BUILD + LAUNCH

The CITRIS Invention Lab @ UC Berkeley supports faculty, student and community innovation by providing the knowledge, tools and support to rapidly design and prototype novel interactive products, embedded sensing systems and integrated mobile devices. The new facility will be a vital piece of the CITRIS pipeline running from the minds of researchers through CITRIS laboratories, and into the markets, industries, and streets of the world.

The 1,700 ft2 Invention Lab is located in 141 Sutardja Dai Hall at UC Berkeley and supports 3 major functions…

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FALL 2014 MEMBERSHIP

Membership enrollment for FALL 2014 is OPEN NOW.

Access fees are $125 per semester for individuals working on personal projects (payable by check or cash), and $350 per semester for sponsored research (payable by chartstring). We also now offer ‘Group’ memberships. Please visit the membership page for more information.

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INVENTION ECOSYSTEM

" Our mission is to usher the best IT and engineering ideas into the real world where they can make a difference for the better. We want to see a strong California economy, but we also want to see the evolution of excellent devices that promote human dignity, make cities work better, restore and strengthen health, preserve the environment, and bring people closer to each other and to the nature of the world they live in. "Paul K. Wright, Director, CITRIS