The meeting was held on
Dec. 4-6, 2006, Amsterdam, Netherlands
IEEE eScience 2006
Student Travel Assistance
eScience 2006 is pleased to announce that the IEEE
Computer Society's Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (TCSC
http://ieeetcsc.org/) has made $5000 available for the partial
reimbursement of travel expenses for students attending the 2006 IEEE
eScience 2006 Conference to be held December 4-6, 2006 in Amsterdam.
The travel assistance funds will be used for the reimbursement of
travel expenses, up to $500 for European students and up to $1000 for
Each student must be a student member of the
IEEE Computer Society, and a member of TCSC. A student who is not
already a member may join the IEEE Computer Society by clicking on
"Join" at http://computer.org/ and may join TCSC at
Each student must create publicly available
Web pages (in at least English, and possibly additional languages, if
desired) describing their research, current work, progress, links to
similar work, and the benefits of their research to the wider academic
and commercial communities. The Web pages should written in valid XHTML
Preference will be given to students who will be presenting a
paper (as first author) at the meeting. A committee consisting of Dick
van Albada (Amsterdam), and Rajkumar Buyya (Melbourne) will
select the recipients based on the evaluation of the application
Announcement of Recipients: November 11, 2006
Apply via email to <esc2006 at science.uva.nl>
by sending the following information.
A letter from the student describing his/her
academic standing and interests, his/her expected graduation date and
degree, advisor's name, and, if available, a link to the student's web
page. In a statement of 500 words or less, the student should indicate
why attending the meeting would be useful for his/her research or
A short vita that includes the student's
research interests, projects, and papers published.
A letter of recommendation from the student's
The student's IEEE Computer Society membership
number. (A student who has joined the IEEE Computer Society recently
and does not yet have a membership number may state this, and should
indicate the date she or he joined.)
If applicable, the title(s) of the paper(s) to
be presented (co-authored) by the student at the meeting.
A link to the Web pages that describe their
All these documents must be sent together in a single email.
The email subject must include the words
“eScience 2006 Student Travel Assistance”.
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