Instructions for IMC 2004 Student Travel Grant Applicants
- Required Documents:
Send together in a single email to email@example.com: (1) a resume
(2) a short (1 or 2 paragraph) supporting statement, and (3) a letter
from your advisor (or a faculty contact if you do not yet have an
advisor; this letter can be sent separately if your advisor/contact
prefers). If you will be unable to attend
IMC without a travel grant, please explain why this is the case.
Note that preference is given to students from institutions
not traditionally represented at IMC.
- Use of Conference Hotel Mandatory:
Note that student grant recipients are required to stay at
the IMC conference hotel, as in general IMC incurs a significant
financial penalty if the conference does not meet its minimum room
block at the conference hotel.
- You must be a student at the time of attending IMC 2004 to
qualify for a travel grant.
- August 2, 2004, 11PM EDT, is the HARD deadline. Late applications
will NOT be considered. Email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Resume
should be in ASCII, PDF or Postscript only.
Supporting statement and advisor's (short) letter should be
in ASCII only.
Decision notification will be sent out by August 16, 2004.
- Stipends are issued by check drawn on a US bank. We will not be
able to cash your check at the conference. Please be sure you will
be able to make arrangements to cash the check on your own. We suggest
you contact your bank for assistance.
- Please provide complete contact information. We will need to
have your current mailing address and, for students at U.S. institutions,
your Social Security number, so that if you receive a stipend, your check
will reach you in a timely manner. (Please take into account any address
changes you may have near the time of the stipend deadline, for example
due to school breaks.) You will be notified via email, so make sure your
email address is correct on your application.
- The stipend will be a single cash amount. The expectation will be
that it will significantly offset air fare, shared hotel accommodation,
and registration. It may not fully cover these since our desire is
to maximize participation by students.
- The decision on student travel grant is made by the IMC Steering Committee; all decisions are final.
- We are indebted to the various sponsoring organizations of IMC 2004: Cisco, the National Science Foundation, IBM Research, Intel Research Cambridge, Microsoft Research, and USENIX, for their generous contributions that have enabled us to give student travel grants and keep registration affordable.