IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 Student Travel Grant Winner List
Estella Aguerri, IÌ±aki
Rahman, Md. Musfiq
University of Patras
University of Notre Dame
Mohamed Khider University of Biskra
University of Padova
University of Florida
Texas A&M University
University of California, Irvine
Carnegie Mellon University
Wright State University
North Dakota State University
Louisiana State University
University of Waterloo
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Iowa State University
University of Arizona
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Minnesota
University of California at Berkeley
NC State University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Illinois Institute of Technology
University of Virginia
University of Houston
Darmstadt University of Technology
National Chiao Tung University
Florida International University
University of Oklahoma
University of Connecticut
Ohio State University
University at Buffalo
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Arizona State University
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
University of Maryland, College Park
IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 Student Travel Grant
Call for Applications
We are very pleased to let you know that IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 provides Student Travel Grant funds to broaden the participation of student authors. This fund is sponsored by IEEE ComSoc and the US National Science Foundation (NSF) for students worldwide to attend IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 in Miami, Florida.
As we have very limited time to process applications and to make decisions on the student travel grant awards, please read this email carefully and take the appropriate actions in time, and the application deadline is final with no extension at all. Starting September 2nd, IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 accepts applications for student travel grant (STG).
Eligibility of STG:
a) The applicant student must be a co-author of an accepted paper in IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 (main program or workshop);
b) The applicant student must be full-time students registered toward a Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D. degree in computer science, engineering or related field in a college or university when submitting their applications, and must not receive funding for attending the conference from other sources.
c) During the expense reimbursement stage, the student must show the proof of having registered to attend the IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 conference.
IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 features 40+ student travel grant awards in the range of $500-1000. (A portion of the fund is only applicable to US-university based students, others are applicable to worldwide students). A student who is awarded a student travel grant must attend the conference in person. The student must register, attend, and present the paper (if the student is a co-author) at the conference. Payment will only be made to the student as long as the award recipient submits the expense report (with receipts) within 45 days after the conference. More details will be provided to the students who are selected to receive the STG award.
How to apply
a) The application should be submitted electronically via EDAS. After logging into EDAS, click the ÒTravel GrantÓ tab at your EDAS home page, and then select ÒStudent Travel Grant for GLOBECOM 2010Ó. The application must include the following materials
b) A reference letter from your advisor (your advisor can directly submit the reference letter on EDAS).
c) Your up-to-date resume including your citizenship (required), and ethnicity and gender (optional, used to broaden the participation of under-represented students).
d) A half-to-one page letter to state the purpose of attending the conference.
September 22, 2010 (23:59 New York Time)
September 30, 2010
Please address any question to the Student Travel Grant chair, Dr. Hsiao-Chun Wu, at email@example.com with mandatory title: "Globecom 2010 STG Question: Your Last Name".