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20th International Meshing Roundtable Financial Support


20th IMR Financial Support for Students/Postdocs from NSF

Limited financial support from the National Science Foundation (http://www.nsf.gov) is available to student and postdoc attendees from US institutions to defray travel expenses. Funding awards will be made to students and postdocs based on active research in mesh generation or interest in meshing as a future research topic. Up to $1000 of the travel and registration expense will be reimbursed to a student or postdoc to whom an award is made. However, due to limited availability of funding, the actual amount may be less depending upon the number of recipients. Priority will be given to students and postdocs who will be presenting a paper or a poster at the conference.

A student or postdoc seeking financial support needs to submit the following documents.

  1. A one-page statement of interest signed by your advisor/supervisor or department chair/manager describing your interest in meshing research, how the International Meshing Roundtable Conference will be helpful to your research, and how you will benefit by attending the conference. If you are presenting a paper, please include the title of your paper in the statement. If you are presenting a poster, please include a brief description of the research you will present in the poster.

  2. A photocopy of the student ID (students only).

Please send an electronic copy of these documents (as a single PDF attachment) to Yongjie (Jessica) Zhang at jessicaz@andrew.cmu.edu with the following subject line: “20IMR NSF Funding Request”.

Applications for funding are due no later than 5pm EDT on August 25th. Decisions will be announced by August 31st. Further instructions for reimbursement will be sent via e-mail to the selected recipients at that time.

If you have questions on the application process, please send e-mail to jessicaz@andrew.cmu.edu.

 

 


20th IMR Financial Support for Students and Postdocs from the CEA

Limited financial support from the CEA (http://www.cea.fr/english_portal) is available to student and postdoc attendees from European institutions to defray registration expenses. Funding awards will be made to students and postdocs based on active research in mesh generation or interest in meshing as a future research topic. Up to $900 of the registration expense will be reimbursed to a student or postdoc to whom an award is made. However, due to limited availability of funding, the actual amount may be less depending upon the number of recipients. Priority will be given to students and postdocs who will be presenting a paper or a poster at the conference.

A student or postdoc seeking financial support needs to submit the following documents.

  1. A one-page statement of interest signed by your advisor/supervisor or department chair/manager describing your interest in meshing research, how the International Meshing Roundtable Conference will be helpful to your research, and how you will benefit by attending the conference. If you are presenting a paper, please include the title of your paper in the statement. If you are presenting a poster, please include a brief description of the research you will present in the poster.

  2. A photocopy of the student ID (students only).

Please send an electronic copy of these documents (as a single PDF attachment) to Jean-Christophe Weill at jean-christophe.weill@cea.fr with the following subject line: “20IMR CEA Funding Request”.

Applications for funding are due no later than 5pm GMT on August 25th.

Decisions will be announced by August 31st. Further instructions for reimbursement will be sent via e-mail to the selected recipients at that time.

If you have any question on the application process, please send e-mail to jean-christophe.weill@cea.fr

 


 

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