Priority will be given to graduate students presenting their own published work and students (based on merit) who would otherwise be unable to attend the conference.
Applicant Eligibility- The student must be enrolled in a graduate program at an accredited U.S. institution in good standing. Recipients need not be a US citizen or a permanent resident.- The student has registered to attend CCGrid 2018. - The student is required to present a poster about their Ph.D. research.- The student will need to participate in the doctoral symposium of the conference, a meet-and-greet session targeted for travel grant awardees, and attend at least one of the following programs, the main technical conference, a workshop, the posters, and the Scale challenge, so as to gain the best value out of the conference.- The student will submit a trip report describing the experience at the conference and the benefit of attending, which is required for travel reimbursement.
To apply for a grant, complete the information in the form below and use the Submit button at the bottom of the form to send your application to the travel grant committee. The information for your advisor will be used to obtain your advisor’s official endorsement -- an email will be sent to your advisor with a request to endorse your travel. Applications are due by March 15, 2018.
Applicants are encouraged to make their travel plans without depending on notification from the committee to ensure that lowest cost flights and accommodations have been secured.
If you have any questions, please contact the awards committee chair, Dr. Lena Mashayekhy (email@example.com).