DAIS'2001 Conference will be supported by the European Commission,
Human Potential Programme DG RTD-F1.
Participants may apply for grants to cover:
If you meet the above criteria, fill in, sign, fax and post the
Grant Request and Registration Form by 17 July to the address:
- Up to 100 % of expenses related to the participation of young
researchers (up to the age of 35 during DAIS'2001), who are
nationals of a Member State or an Associated State, and active
inside a Member State or a State Associated to EU (like Bulgaria,
Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia,
Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Iceland,
Liechtenstein, Norway, Israel) at the time of the
- Up to 100 % of expenses related to the participation of
researchers (of any age), who are nationals of a Member State or
an Associated State, and professionally active outside Member
States and Associated States at the time of the conference.
The eligible costs include travel, hotel and participation fees -
including tutorials fee.
Residence Criterion: Nationals of third countries may be supported
if they have been residing in a EU Member State for at least the
last five years prior to the starting date of the DAIS'2001
It is not necessary to submit any other registration form then.
ACC CYFRONET AGH
ul. Nawojki 11, P.O.Box 386
30–950 Kraków 61
fax: (+48 12) 6341084
The deadline for sending Grant Request and Registration Forms
is 17 July 2001. After that date applications will be considered and
short-listed for grant awarding.
Notifications of acceptance will
be sent by e-mail by 3 August 2001.
The DAIS'2001 Conference organisers reserve the right to reject
requests failing to meet the criteria defined by the European
Commission, as well as to grant only part of the requested sum as the
overall funding is limited. In particular, if the total of grant
requests exceeds the funds available, requests for conference fee and
hotel will take precedence. Participants are therefore advised to seek funding
for travel expenses in parallel from other sources.
If granted, hotel room fees will be transferred directly to the hotel.
Travel costs, if granted, will be reimbursed to the participant's employing institution on a basis of an invoice submitted to the University of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow after the grant request is accepted.
The grants will be effective only if the contract negotiations are
successfully completed and the necessary funds obtained by the
University of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow, Poland.