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Travel support

This year, we will again be able to provide travel support (for hotel and air travel; we do not anticipate being able to offer per diem or meal reimbursements) from our NSF grant for graduate students, postdocs, and junior faculty. Graduate students and postdocs are encouraged to submit a poster (see the poster submission page for some more details about this). All requests for support must be received by February 8, 2010.

To request support, please send an email to Christopher Shaw at schris at umd.edu, containing the information listed below. All requests for support should be received by February 8, 2010. Please note that all hotel reservations will be made at the Quality Inn; supported visitors will have their hotel reservation made for them by the department.

  • Your name
  • Country of citizenship
  • University affiliation
  • Advisor (if a graduate student) and whether you will participate in the poster session
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Location you will be traveling from (please also indicate which airport you will fly into, if applicable), method, and approximate cost of travel (keep in mind that all air travel must be made on a US flag air carrier)
  • Travel dates (we can pay for the hotel only from February 17 - 20, but make the reservation for longer if you will be in town)

Sponsored by:
 
National Science 
Foundation                     SR2
Group
 
Society for
Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Washington/Baltimore section           Birkhauser Journals, Academic Books, and Online Media
 
IEEE Signal Processing Society           Springer Science + Business Media


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The Norbert Wiener Center is part of the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences.