Viasat announces 1 grant opportunity at EuCAP 2023
The Viasat are pleased to announce that it will offer 1 grant to very Early Career Women in Antennas and Propagation for EuCAP 2023.
The grant consists of EUR 1,000 for travel and subsistence, the Early Bird registration fee as well as an invitation to the conference dinner. The grants will be announced during the conference dinner on Wednesday 29 March 2023.
Authors of accepted papers are invited to send their application until 27 January 2023 at the latest. Very early career female researchers (just graduated, Ph.D. Student and Ph.D. up to one year after the dissertation) are encouraged to apply. The awardee will be selected based on the author’s potential or demonstrated aptitude for research and their financial situation.
To be considered for the travel grants, applicants are required to provide the following:
Motivational letter (max ½ page)
Brief resumé (max 2 pages)
Full conference paper
10-digit paper ID
The grants will be transferred to each awardee after the conclusion of the conference, conditional on the awardee’s participation in the conference.
Please submit your motivational letter, resumé, conference paper and a copy of the conference paper acceptance to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Viasat Travel grant” and clear statement of your paper ID from EDAS in the subject line no later than 27 January 2023. Successful candidates will be notified by 14 february 2023.
The EuCAP Awards and Grants committee together with a Viasat representative will make the selection of the final recipient of the grants.
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