Women in Technology Scholarship
(Europe)

The 2018 Women in Technology Scholarship application period is now closed.

We launched the Palantir Women in Technology Scholarship in 2010 to celebrate and support women who are beginning careers in technology. We hope to encourage women to pursue computer science, engineering, and technical studies, and become leaders in the field.

This year, 10 scholarship finalists will be chosen and invited to visit our London office for a full-day, all-expenses paid, developmental workshop. Programming will include professional development sessions, breakouts with our engineers, and some fun social activities! All finalists are awarded grants of up to $10,000 to support their education.

2018 Recipients

Congratulations to our 2018 Women in Technology Scholarship recipients!

2018 Recipients

Catherine Easdon
Computer Science
University of Bristol

Alexandra Marie Grass
Informatics, Games Engineering
Technical University of Munich

Teodora Maria Georgescu
Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science
University of Edinburgh

Mari Liis Pedak
Artificial Intelligence
University of Edinburgh

Vanessa Ackermann
Computer Science
University of Oxford

Dominika Bakalarz
Mathematics and Statistics
University of Oxford

Steph Mottershead
Space Engineering
University College London

Camilla Dondi
Biomedical Engineering
Imperial College London

Romy Minko
Cybersecurity
University of Oxford

Teresa Salazar
Informatics Engineering
Universidade de Coimbra

2017 Recipients

Congratulations to our 2017 Women in Technology Scholarship recipients!

Hannah Banks
Physics
Imperial College London

Emanuela Nedelcu
Computer Science
King's College London

Patricia Sampedro Garcia
Computer Engineering
Polytechnic University of Catalonia

Maria del Rocio Alvarez Tamariz-Martel
Biomedical Engineering
Imperial College London

Glòria Macià Muñoz
Biomedical Engineering
ETH Zurich

Anda Chisster
Statistics
Imperial College London

Farah Baracat
Electronics Engineering
The American University, Cairo

Maya Qiu
Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering
University of Oxford

Karishma Vakil
Mathematics & Computer Science
University of Oxford