The FatBrain Fellowship is a global program to identify and empower the next generation of exceptional talent to pursue research aligned to FatBrain’s mission: Serving millions of entrepreneurs who are building the economy of the future with powerful AI and peer intelligence solutions that simplify decision-making and harness data to grow, save and do better business.
FatBrain Fellows are selected from around the world and across science for their intellectual curiosity, quantitative rigor, and multidisciplinary creativity.
FatBrain’s is always looking for the best and brightest talent and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply. Fellowships are awarded to assist the student in pursuit of an advanced degree and are generally awarded on a merit basis.
Applicants are currently enrolled in masters degree or PhD program. A letter of recommendation from the head of the department is required as part of the application package. Applicants agree to a background and security check along with video interview sessions in advance of acceptance to the program.
– You will work customary work hours and maintain a schedule aligned with your FatBrain team.
– Yes, a monthly stipend is provided.
– Yes, you may work remotely from your college campus, home, etc. You are required to supply an adequate internet connection to perform your assignments and participate in virtual meetings.
– FatBrain program leadership will work with you and your school administration to confirm compliance.
My experience in the FatBrain Fellowship Program provided me with experience which helped me to land my first choice job with a leading investment bank.
Josh Dey, FatBrain Fellow class of 2019
I studied atmospheric gas dynamics related to economic activity during the COVID pandemic. Working with Rajarshi and the FatBrain engineering team enabled me to land a role with a leading crypto currency exchange platform.
Sam Morton, FatBrain Fellow class of 2021
I learned so much from the fellowship program that I was able to secure a full-time role with FatBrain’s engineering team.
Piyush Mishra, FatBrain Fellow class of 2018