FPGA'20 Travel Grant Application
Deadline: Jan 2, 2020.

Please fill this form only if you have a real need for a travel grant. The awardee selection process is competitive and will be handled by a committee. The committee might decide to only partially reimburse travel expenses.

### IMPORTANT ###: Please keep all your receipts (e.g., airline ticket, hotel, etc.). If you are selected as an awardee, ACM will require receipts in order to (partially) refund you.
Email address *
What is your name? (Last, First) *
What is your organization? *
Are you a student? *
If you are a student, who is your current advisor? (if no academic advisors, type N/A) *
Is this your first time attending the FPGA conference? *
Are you presenting a short or regular paper? *
Are you presenting a poster? *
Do you belong to a group that is under-represented in the FPGA community based on gender, race, etc.?
Clear selection
Are you contributing to the evaluation of artifacts? (if you do not know about the artifact evaluation effort, then your answer is no) *
If you have already purchased your airline ticket, how much in US Dollars did you pay? REMEMBER TO KEEP YOUR RECEIPTS. If you have not purchased your tickets yet, please check airline web sites to get a good estimate of how much you expect the ticket to be in US Dollars? *
What other means of funding is currently available to cover your travel costs? Why are you especially eligible for receiving the FPGA'20 travel grant? (this is probably the most important question on this form) *
(Optional) Any other comments that you think would be helpful for the travel grant committee?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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