FDL 2019 Mentor
For eight weeks, interdisciplinary teams of PhD & Post Doc researchers will be working on an identified problem definition set out by NASA / ESA / ESRIN.
The teams will be compromised of AI researchers and space science subject area researcher accompanied by a set of mentors with deep expertise in the challenge areas.
Mentor commitment expectations:
Attend and moderate discussions at weekly face-to-face meetings or virtual meetings,
Attending and participating in the ‘bootcamp’ week at the beginning of the FDL research sprint.
Provide reality checks during discussions when required, but also inspire more ambitious thinking
Daily 3 hour meetings focused on progress check and feedback
Be available to the members of the group for individual mentoring as requested and/or required.
Mentors are expected to be active rather than passive.
There is also opportunity for ‘virtual mentoring’ with adjusted time commitment.
Accepting a role as a mentor is considered as a commitment of both time and energy. In acknowledgment of the effort, mentors will receive a stipend based on the commitment option chosen. All mentors are compensated in accordance with the level of support provided.
If you would like to be a mentor during FDL 2019, please fill in this short form and we’ll get in contact: