Computability in Europe 2006
Logical Approaches to Computational Barriers

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Grants

Grants

  • EPSRC Logo A number of student grants, funded by EPSRC, are available. These grants are intended for UK-based PhD students working in an area related to the CiE-conference. They will in general cover the CiE 2006 registration fee, accommodation for the time of the conference, and some support for meals.

  • LMS Logo A limited number of UK student grants and former Soviet Union grants, funded by the LMS, are available. UK-based PhD research students and researchers from former Soviet Union countries working in an area related to the CiE-conference may apply for such a grant. The student grants will in general cover the accommodation for the time of the conference, and some support for meals - any support should normally be matched by equal support from their Departments. The former Soviet Union grants will in general cover the CiE 2006 registration fee, accommodation for the time of the conference, some support for meals, and some support of travel costs.

  • British Logic Colloquium A limited number of UK student grants, funded by the BLC, are available. UK-based PhD research students working in an area related to the CiE-conference may apply for such a grant. The student grants will in general cover the accommodation for the time of the conference, and some support for meals - any support should normally be matched by equal support from their Departments.

  • ASL Logo Registered students, who are members of the ASL, may apply for ASL travel funds. Applications have to be addressed directly to the ASL, see their web-site for more information.

Applying for a student grant

Students who want to apply for one of the student grants should send an email to Monika Seisenberger (cie06@swansea.ac.uk) with subject "CiE06 student grant application" containing the following information: (to apply for ASL travel funds please contact ASL directly)

  • Contact information of the student: name, affiliation, email, phone.
  • A short curriculum vitae.
  • A brief supporting email from a supervisor - this email should come directly from their supervisor.
  • A request letter which includes a clear motivation why the student wants to visit CiE06 and why they need a grant.
  • In the request letter it should be made clear whether the student has submitted a paper to the conference. In case they have, a copy of the paper should be included.
  • The request letter should also address whether the student's home department will partially finance their attendence at CiE06.

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