Preliminary information: We are
pleased to announce a number of opportunities for
student funding for full-time Bachelor, Master and PhD
students, including full
student sponsorships &
studentships available exclusively to DMIN'09
participants. The studentships will include different
combinations (based upon different social criteria) of
free shared conference
student accommodation in the conference venue
contribution towards living expenses and travel
require submission of the initial paper and an
application to the conference chair. The funding will
require initial payment of the conference fee by the
student/their organisation. The conference registration
fees will then be refunded in person through upon
registration on site in Las Vegas. A transfer of
the reimbursement to other persons is impossible. The
student has to attend the conference since the
reimbursement is only paid on site. Students must provide
appropriate proof of student status (letter confirming
status by the head of department,
letterhead of university).
Studentships are provided on the basis of paper quality
and socio-cultural background. Particular consideration
will be given to students from lesser developed
countries, female students and students with
disabilities. All applications will be evaluated by the
- Application Deadline:
The application deadline lies before the paper submission
& registration deadline, in order to allow on-time registration
and visa applications for all students.
For applications please download one of the following files (choose appropriate file format), complete the form
and submit your application via email to email@example.com.
Note: The DOC can be completed within the file while the pdf must be printed and re-scanned after completion.
We look forward
to welcoming you in Las Vegas!
Important Student Dates
|25 March 2009 16 April 2009
paper acceptance & student funding
25 February 2009
23 March 2009 extended!
Draft paper & student
funding applications due
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