Student Travel Grant Application for CV-COPS 2017
The CVPR Workshop on Challenges and Opportunities for Privacy and Security is pleased to offer a limited number of travel grants to full-time students who are authors of accepted CV-COPS papers or posters. To ensure full consideration, please (1) carefully complete all information below, and (2) ask your faculty academic advisor to send an email to that (a) confirms that you are a full-time student in good standing, and (b) recommends that we consider you for a travel grant.

Please book and pay for your travel on your own ahead of time. If you are selected, we will partially reimburse some of your travel expenses after the workshop, assuming that (1) you provide us with required documentation (e.g. receipts), and (2) you actually attended the workshop and presented your work. We are still awaiting final confirmation of our funding, so we do not know how many grants we will be able to award or the amount of each award.

For full consideration, please submit your completed application as soon as possible; earlier applications may be given priority. We expect to notify grant awardees by the end of June.

Name *
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Mailing Address *
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Email *
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University Name *
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Degree Program *
If you are an author of an accepted paper or poster at CV-COPS, please enter the name of the paper or poster here. *
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Please provide a description of any other funding resources that are available to you, including an approximate amount of how much they can cover. *
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Please briefly explain how the workshop would benefit you, and how your attendance would benefit the workshop. *
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Please provide your answers in U.S. dollars.
Estimated budget for airfare *
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Estimated budget for other transportation *
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Estimated budget for registration *
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Estimated budget for lodging costs *
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Remember to have your faculty advisor send a brief recommendation and verification of your student status to
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