Prizes in ECE

Through the generous contributions of our donors, four prizes have been established for graduate students in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Please review the eligibility requirements and nomination procedures for each prize.

Paul Biringer Graduate Scholarship

  • At least one scholarship will be awarded annually.
  • Recipients will be international graduate students in the field of low frequency magnetic devices who demonstrate academic excellence. In the event that suitable recipients are not identified, international students in the field of Electrical Engineering will be considered.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the U of T transcript (ACORN printout), and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to janine.harper@utoronto.ca by January 15 (or the next business day if the 15th falls on a weekend).

H. W. Price Research Fellowship in Electrical Engineering

  • At least one fellowship will be awarded annually.
  • Recipients will be M.A.Sc. students in a field relevant to Hydro One who demonstrate academic excellence. In the event that suitable recipients are not identified, M.A.Sc. students in the field of Electrical Engineering will be considered.
  • There is no citizenship requirement for the Price Fellowship. International students are eligible for nomination.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the U of T transcript (ACORN printout), and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to janine.harper@utoronto.ca by January 15 (or the next business day if the 15th falls on a weekend).

Shahid U.H. Qureshi Memorial Scholarship

  • One scholarship will be awarded annually.
  • Recipients will be outstanding graduate students in the field of Communications, as selected by faculty members in the Communications Group in consultation with the family, friends, and associates of Dr. Qureshi.
  • There is no citizenship requirement for the Qureshi Scholarship. International students are eligible for nomination.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the U of T transcript (ACORN printout), and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to janine.harper@utoronto.ca by January 15 (or the next business day if the 15th falls on a weekend).

Right Track CAD Graduate Scholarship

  • At least three scholarships will be awarded annually.
  • Recipients will be graduate students in the field of Programmable Logic who demonstrate high academic achievement. In the event that suitable recipients are not identified, graduate students in the field of Computer Engineering will be considered.
  • There is no citizenship requirement for the Right Track Scholarship. International students are eligible for nomination.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the U of T transcript (ACORN printout), and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to janine.harper@utoronto.ca by January 15 (or the next business day if the 15th falls on a weekend).

Donald R. Studney Electromagnetics Graduate Award (no award in 2020-21)

  • One scholarship will be awarded annually.
  • Recipients will be outstanding graduate students in the field of Electromagnetics in the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, as selected by faculty members in the Electromagnetics Group.
  • There is no citizenship requirement for the Studney Award. International students are eligible for nomination.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the U of T transcript (ACORN printout), and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to janine.harper@utoronto.ca by January 15 (or the next business day if the 15th falls on a weekend).

Daryani Graduate Award

  • One scholarship will be awarded annually.
  • Recipients will be outstanding graduate students in the fields of Smart Grid, Internet of Things, Smart Cities, or related technologies, in the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  • There is no citizenship requirement for the Daryani Award. International students are eligible for nomination.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the U of T transcript (ACORN printout), and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to janine.harper@utoronto.ca by January 15 (or the next business day if the 15th falls on a weekend).