A limited number of graduate assistantships are available to allow students performing graduate work at European institutions to present a poster at the upcoming Trends in Nanotechnolgy 2005 Conference. These five days conference will feature talks addressing all fields of science, engineering and technology at the nanoscale.
To be eligible, students must be actively pursuing a PhD degree and must be in good standing with their department. To apply for travel funds, please Submit a two-page abstract (filling out the form here) of the subject you will present in a poster session. Also, send by e-mail to Dr. Antonio Correia a short letter of support from your thesis advisor. Preference will be given to students nearing completion of their thesis work.
Around 60 student grants will be available for TNT2005. These bursaries will cover partially travel expenses. During the conference, the organisation will provide a reimbursement form to each student granted. On receipt of this form dully filled out and of the requested documents (copy or original receipts), the organisation will submit them to the funding Institution to allow them to process the reimbursement.
Students will be able to get cheap rooms at University Residence.
64 student grants were awarded in 2004: http://www.phantomsnet.net/TNT05/TNT04.php.
European graduate grants (travel bursaries) sponsored by SME / TNT2005 Organisation
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Dr. Antonio Correia (TNT2005)
PCM - Pabellon C
Campus de Cantoblanco
Ctra de Colmenar km 15
Fax: +34 91 4973471
Canadian graduate grants (travel bursaries) sponsored by NSERC/CRSNG (Nano Innovation Platform) (30) - $1000 CDN each
Prof. Peter Grutter
Physics Dept, Rutherford Bldg, McGill University
3600 rue University, Montreal (Quebec) H3A 2T8 Canada