We are committed to increasing the diversity of our students through providing fellowships to join our program. Links for the admissions website and the fellowship application are available on the Admissions page.
The co-directors of the MSAS program are delighted to welcome our first students. These young pioneers will spend the next two years learning how to design, implement, and use automation in the service of scientific research.
We are excited to announce that the new MSAS program will offer limited merit-based fellowships for the 2019-2020 academic year. In order to be eligible, students must complete and submit their applications by the November 30 early application deadline. No separate financial aid application is required. To apply, go to http://msas.cbd.cmu.edu/admissions/. Note that GRE scores are not required! Any questions can be directed to email@example.com.
Kaveh Waddell from Axios recently profiled the new MSAS program. Read his article, The big picture: Even scientists are being automated. Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios
The MSAS program is part of CMU AI, Carnegie Mellon’s exciting new initiative to unite its interdisciplinary artificial intelligence research and education efforts to create an AI strategy for the planet.
Carnegie Mellon is pleased to announce the launch of a new graduate program: The Masters of Science in Automated Science (MSAS). MSAS graduates will be the leaders in the emerging paradigm of Automated Science – the combination of robotic scientific instruments, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence for iteratively interpreting data and selecting experiments.
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