Travel Grants for US Students to Attend the Third ACM/IEEE
Up to FOUR travel grants are available for students from a U.S.
are pursuing graduate studies in areas related to formal methods and
application to hardware/software design, verification and
co-design. The U.S.
National Science Foundation (NSF) has made funding available given that
conference will take place in Italy and therefore the expenses to
attend will be
quite steep. Travel support for a maximum of FOUR students is
WHO IS ELIGIBLE: US graduate students whose advisor does not have
support travel to MEMOCODE 2005. NSF policy is to give preference
to women and
minority graduate students.
HOW TO APPLY:
Via e-mail, the following documents should be sent to Prof. Sandeep
1. A resume listing his/her areas of interest and of study, including a
list of publications.
2. An email from the student's advisor stating that (i) he/she is
to support the student's complete travel expenses from
but is willing to pay the travel expenses in excess of the
the NSF grant; (ii) the advisor supports the student's
attend MEMOCODE and confirms that the student is in good
standing at his/her university.
3. The student should write a short paragraph which explains why
MEMOCODE is important to him/her
4. In his e-mail message, the adviser should indicate whether the
belongs to either an underrepresented minority or is a
5. A Travel Budget (based on a realistic airfare, hotel expenses, and
the conference registration fee for students)
The required documents are due to Prof. Shukla (email@example.com) by JUNE
DISBURSEMENT OF THE TRAVEL AWARD:
The travel award will be provided on a reimbursement basis administered
Virginia Tech. The awardee will need to provide receipts up to the
amount which will be known upon selection.
Any questions about these grants should be directed to Prof. Shukla.