The CUDA Fellows Program recognizes individuals who are committed to leading the use and adoption of the CUDA architecture and GPU computing. CUDA Fellows have demonstrated the benefits of GPU computing to advance their fields of research, and have been instrumental in introducing GPU computing to their peers. Each CUDA Fellow receives a number of benefits, including the latest NVIDIA GPUs, a travel stipend, access to NVIDIA technical staff, and priority in receiving early releases of NVIDIA GPU hardware and software. CUDA Fellows receive continued support for their leading GPU computing research, and are invited to share their expertise at universities and technical conferences around the world.  The CUDA Fellows Program is by invitation only and we are currently not accepting nominations or proposals.

Below is a list of our current CUDA Fellows.

Tokyo Tech
Awarded: 
2012
George Washington University
Awarded: 
2012
National Research Council of Italy
Awarded: 
2012
Boston University
Awarded: 
2014
Universidade Federal Fluminense
Awarded: 
2015
Oxford University
Awarded: 
2009
The University of Edinburgh
Awarded: 
2014
University of Wisconson, Madison
Awarded: 
2014
Amazon Web Services
Awarded: 
2011
University of Wisconson, Madison
Awarded: 
2010
University of California at Davis
Awarded: 
2012
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne
Awarded: 
2010
University of Malaga
Awarded: 
2012
University Science & Technology of China
Awarded: 
2013