Graphene2014 Grants for Students
A limited number of graduate grants are available to allow students performing graduate work to present a contribution at the upcoming Graphene2014 Conference. To be eligible, students must be actively pursuing a PhD degree and must be in good standing with their department. To apply for grants, please submit a two-page abstract of the subject you will present. Also, send using the "Grant Form" a short letter of support from your thesis advisor. Preference will be given to students nearing completion of their thesis work.
The bursaries available will cover partially travel expenses OR the registration fee (depending on the source of funding).
Student Grant Request February 10, 2014
Student Grant Notification February 28, 2014 (EXTENDED)
Early Bird Registration Fee March 07, 2014 (EXTENDED)
Please submit your abstract at the same time of filling the online grant form. Please do not pay the Registration Fee until notification of Student Grant.
30 Grants (150 Euros – Travel expenses) sponsored by Graphene 2014 organizers –To be eligible you must be a PhD student - Applies to ALL Students - Closed
13 Grants (200 Euros – Travel expenses) sponsored by GDRI Graphene/Nanotubes – To be eligible you must be a PhD student - Applies to Students belonging to GDRI members (see more info) - Apply
The travel expenses reimbursement process could take between 2 and 4 months depending on the source of funding.
Graphene2014 Grants for postdocs
10 Grants (200 Euros – Travel expenses) sponsored by SOLVAY –To be eligible you must be a postdoc from Belgium - Applies ONLY to Belgium postdocs - Apply