Fellowship: 6-12 months
Paid by host 

stipend (covering also accommodation and subsistence costs), studio

Paid by artist 

travel costs

Application guidelines 

Eligibility criteria:

  • MA or PhD degree or an equivalent record of professional accomplishment in the field of: Interaction Design, Fine Art, Design Research, Computer Science, Creative Coding, Digital Aesthetics, New Media, Media Studies, Digital Humanities, or a related pursuit.
  • A record of academic publication
  • Active art and design practice
  • Fluency in English
  • Organisational, networking, budgeting and communication skills
  • Ability to work both independently and as a part of a team
  • Ability to implement the proposed project

Please visit CIID website for all application criteria and form.


Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design

Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design

CIID - Intel fellowship


The intention of the Intel Fellowship @ CIID is to recognise and resource outstanding researchers who extend the impact of work in interaction design, artistic practice in technology and creative inquiry in communications and media. The Fellowship will be offered to practise-based researchers in art, design and technology, and will support the development of self-led projects that push boundaries in practice and thinking in these areas.

The twelve-month programme will start in October 2013 and inaugurates an exciting collaboration with Intel. Fellows will have an opportunity to work in close collaboration with CIID’s research team, and engage with technologists and researchers at Intel, as well as broader networks.

FELLOWSHIP DETAILS - CIID will award one fellowship consisting of:

  • Up to 30,000 USD project budget (This maximum should include subsistence estimates for the duration of the residency and can be used in part to allocate living expenses for the applicant.)
  • A 12-month programme cycle, starting from October 7, 2013 (It is not a requirement that the selected Fellow spend the full twelve months of the Fellowship period in Copenhagen. The Fellow is expected to reside in the Copenhagen region for at least 50% of this period.)
  • Space and facilities for research and practice, including digital fabrication and workshop facilities
  • Access to a global network of expertise through world-class research-practitioners in art, design and technology
  • Involvement in CIID/Intel’s ongoing thinking and projects
  • Project development and conceptual direction support
  • Potential additional funding for project specific activities

Note that CIID conducts a Research Residency Program - read more about it here.


The Fellow is expected to be in residence in CIID for at least 6 months of the fellowship tenure. Besides developing the proposed project, the Fellow is asked to:

  • Prepare 2 published outputs (possibly in collaboration with CIID)
  • Give 2 presentations in an international form or repute (paper, publication, workshop)
  • Give 2 presentations at CIID
  • Be present at an Intel meeting in London in October 2013
  • Write a weekly blog post about the work progress or relevant activities
  • Be responsible for communications to Intel (coordination of a speaker series, hosting a workshop with Intel representatives)
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