Cultivating the next generation of leading AI professionals
Vector develops future generations of top AI talent by attracting and retaining prominent faculty and graduate researchers, developing a culture of collaboration, supporting Ontario AI master’s programs to build industry-relevant curricula, and providing opportunities for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and interns to work alongside a variety of researchers with expertise in specific AI domains.
“Scholarship funding from the Vector Institute has played an instrumental role in expanding graduate teaching, learning, and research opportunities in AI at Queen’s University.”
Dr. Fahim Quadir
Vice-Provost and Dean, School of Graduate Studies And Professor of Global Developmental Studies, Queen’s University
Recruit top students
Recognized master’s programs
To help grow Ontario’s AI ecosystem it is imperative Vector works with academic partners to accelerate and encourage the number of AI-related master’s graduates.
Vector Scholarship in AI
The Vector Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence is a $17,500 entrance scholarship to assist Ontario universities in attracting excellent students from around the world. Ontario university master’s programs are invited to nominate their top applicants for the Vector Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence.
Recruit top talent
Vector works with university and health partners to recruit new global, top-tier faculty whose research aligns with Vector’s research priorities in the areas of AI for Health and Life Sciences and Trustworthy AI, AI for Science, and Foundation Models. Vector invites university and health partners to share faculty job postings for Vector to amplify through its channels.
Vector partnerships span across every aspect of the Canadian economy.
Vector is recognized internationally for its fundamental research in machine learning and deep learning and continues to hire in this area. Reach out to explore co-hiring of faculty or to nominate your prospective faculty for a Faculty Affiliate role or Faculty status at the Institute.