The scheme is designed to help excellent postgraduate research students (PhD) to attend ECASIA conferences at which they are presenting an oral contribution. The leading motive is supporting students reporting excellent work and do not have sufficient funding to attend the conference.
The contribution consists in 3 grants of €500.
This grant cannot be transferred to another person.
The PhD Student must
- present an oral to the conference (abstract submitted as an oral during the call for papers),
- be awarded of the 1st degree within 7 years of the start date of the ECASIA conference (i.e. not earlier than 2012),
- be 30 years old maximum,
- be the only one supported from his/her laboratory.
- During the Call for papers, the Student must check the box for “Student Travel Grant application” on the abstract submission form.
- Applicants must send the Application file, to the Conference Secretary, before the regular abstract submission deadline 1st March 2019.
- The Local Organization Committee (LOC) will review the Application file in order to ensure the scientific quality of the abstracts. The 6 best applications will be transmitted to the International Steering Committee (ISC).
- The ISC will identify 3 of the preselected applicants who will receive the ECASIA travel grant.
- The ECASIA Student Travel Grant 3 winners will be announced on the conference website by May 01th, 2019. Individual official offer will also be sent be mail.
- The Applicant must send to the Conference Secretary a confirmation of his/her attendance before May 15th, 2019 to validate the offer.
- The grant can be collected at the registration desk on site where the winner will be asked to sign a receipt and prove identity.
All these documents must be understandable by the Reviewing Committees so they must be translated in English.
- The scanned Application forms (download here) completed and (hand written) signed by the student,
- The scanned Enrollment Statement (word template here),on official headed notepaper, completed by the PhD supervisor (hand written signature) who will confirm that the student is enrolled in a research degree course,
- The abstract of the planned oral conference contribution, respecting the Submission guideline given on the website,
- A copy of the Degree Certificate,
- A photographic identity with date of birth such as a passport.