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ITP Fellowship

Open Call for India Tech Policy (ITP) Fellowship

The India Tech Policy (ITP) Fellowship engages fellows over 12 months in research and analysis of the existing policy and legal frameworks impacting the semiconductor industry—their drawbacks and deficiencies—and offer policy recommendations (see application requirements for more details).

The fellowship is a project of the Pacific Forum, a Honolulu-based foreign policy research institute focused on the Indo-Pacific. The Forum has a rich history of organizing fellowships for professionals in the foreign policy sphere. With the increasing interactions between foreign policy, technology, law and national security, this fellowship will address the emerging challenges at the nexus of these topics. 

Fellows will work with global mentors and access ongoing opportunities for professional growth in advanced technologies. Fellows will perform in-depth, independent research on an aspect of semiconductors and receive mentorship from our policy experts.

The India Tech Policy Fellowship is currently closed for applications

Focus Area

The Indian policy and legal systems’ readiness to sustain research and development, protect sensitive technologies, and ensure semiconductor supply chain security and intellectual property rights protection.


Current Non-Resident Fellows: