FECS APS April Meeting Mini Grants Application
Application deadline: February 1, 2021

The 2021 April Meeting will be held completely online. In order to support early career physicists, FECS is running a one-time "mini grant" program to cover the cost of registration (up to $170). Note: in order to receive that low rate, you must register for the meeting by the early bird deadline of February 26, 2021.

More information on the 2021 April Meeting: https://april.aps.org/

To be considered, applicants must be recent PhD recipients (past 5 years), present a poster or talk at the meeting, and be current members of the APS Forum for Early Career Scientists (free to join, link below). Women, underrepresented minorities and candidates who can clearly demonstrate a need for funding are especially encouraged to apply. This application form is due February 1, 2021. If you have any questions, please email Kevin Ludwick <kludwick@lagrange.edu> and Adam Iaizzi <iaizzi@bu.edu>.

To join FECS, follow this link and sign into your APS account: https://www.aps.org/membership/units/join-unit.cfm

The data collected in this form will be used solely to evaluate grant applicants, and inform you of the status of your application. It will not be used for any other purposes.
Name: *
Email address: *
Abstract title: *
Abstract confirmation log number (from your abstract confirmation email): *
Institution/Company/Employer (current): *
Are you a member of FECS? *
In what year did you receive your PhD (or expect to receive it)? *
Do you have access to other sources of funding to cover the registration fee? *
Briefly describe your need for this grant (in less than 100 words). *
Which of the following apply to you? *
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In order to receive this grant, you must commit to attending the conference in full. *
In order to receive this grant, you must acknowledge on your poster or presentation that APS FECS supported you through the April Meeting Mini Grant. *
Demographic Information
All demographic questions are optional, and choosing not to answer will not count against you. Preference for this award will be given to members of traditionally underrepresented groups (such as scientists who are Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), women, LGBT+ scientists, disabled scientists, and scientists from outside the United States), and applicants' demographic information will not be shared or used for any other purpose. If you have questions or concerns about how this information will be used, please do not hesitate to contact Kevin Ludwick <kludwick@lagrange.edu> or Adam Iaizzi <iaizzi@bu.edu>.
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