The US National Science Foundation and ACM SIGARCH are providing a significant amount of funds to support travel grants for students to attend ISCA 2008. However, please note that there is a separate program (see below) for students within China. Funds can be requested to cover transportation and lodging costs (limited to travel and hotel from June 21-25). However, meals and symposium registration will not be funded. Student registration fee has been already greatly reduced, thanks to industry sponsors. Please note that ACM/IEEE membership is not required and we hope to fund a significant number of non-author students.
Applications must be received by May 10, and receipients will be notified by May 16. For authors of papers in workshops whose deadline is after May 10, an extension to May 19 is available, and receipients will be notified by May 23. Participants in any workshop with notifications too late to meet these deadlines should send in their application immediately after they are notified about the outcome of their paper.Application form: [WORD] [PDF]
The National Natural Science Foundation of China is providing travel grants for students attending universities in China to attend ISCA 2008. Students from an university in China who have registed for ISCA 2008 may each apply for a travel grant of 1000 yuan RMB. Please email your application to Ms. Liu Fang (email@example.com), cc to your faculty supporter, including the following information:
Once the applications are evaluated by the Student Travel Grant Committee, an approval email will be sent to the applicant. The travel expense will be reimbursed at the conference.
SIGARCH is providing funds for a limited number of travel grants to attend ISCA 2008 for a companion care-provider for a conference attendee who is:
The only costs covered are those incurred solely for the transportation of the companion. Shared transportation expenses, such as taxis, and non-transportation costs, such as room and board, are not covered.
The application form is here. Completed application form should be sent via email or snail mail toKevin Skadron (skadron \at cs.virginia.edu)
|Kevin Skadron||University of Virginia|
|Li-Shiuan Peh||Princeton University|
|Dean Tullsen||University of California, San Diego|
|Zhiwei Xu||ICT, CAS|
|Weimin Zheng||Tsinghua University|