*** NEW *** Grant application for French-speaking students (only)

The French association ARIA provides 3 grants to cover registration fees.
Grant applications should be sent before the 10th of June 2015.
See: http://www.asso-aria.org/calendrier-annonces for more details (in French).

Grant application for students (registration)

The CLEF-2015-Toulouse grant program provides stipends to cover registration fees for full-time students who wish to attend CLEF 2015 in TOULOUSE.

The call is now open. Grant applications should be sent to clef2015-sponsor [at] irit.fr before the 15th of March 2015. Results will be given to applicants on the 30th of March 2015.

Only complete applications will be considered. Late applications will not be considered. A second call may be open in April depending on the new fund we got.

The required documents are:

  • a grant application document (pdf)
  • a copy of your current student I.D.
  • a short letter of support from your supervisor

Do not register for the conference, even if you are an author or a presenter, until you hear whether you have been granted an award. If you receive a grant, we will send you specific registration instructions. If you do not receive a grant, you can then register using the standard online registration form.

If you need a visa: getting a grant do not implies you will get your visa, DO apply as soon as possible.

The grant application 1 to 3 pages (pdf file) should contain the following elements:

  • Full name, address, university
  • Concerning your PhD
    • Date when you started your PhD
    • Topic of the PhD ; supervisor(s)
    • Current research, studies, publications, CV related to the conference topics
  • Concerning CLEF
    • Which conference Labs will you participate to (as part of the Labs)?
    • Which conference Labs would you attend?
    • Will you submit a paper to Labs (which lab) or/and to the conference ?
    • Why attending the event will be beneficial to you