TUBITAK Support for Travel of Researchers Residing in Turkey
An application has been filed for this program to TUBITAK.
Young researchers under 35 and residing in Turkey are eligible for funding
towards their travel
expenses (accommodation and transportation) if they also submit an abstract for a contributed talk or poster
to the congress and their abstract is accepted by the organizing committee. The
researcher must be located outside Istanbul. Please send e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org for application,
including your name and university affiliation.
- Established by Institute of Mathematical Statistics with funds bequested
by the late Professor Radha Govind Laha.
- To provide funds for travel to present a paper at the IMS Annual Meeting.
- First priority to students, second priority to New Researchers within 2
years of Ph.D. degree at the date of the meeting. Applicants must be members
- Grants per award provided to Laha awardees have been typically around US$500.
The actual amount of an award depends on the travel distance to the IMS statistical
meeting. Grants will be reimbursed against receipts and may be combined with
other sources of funding.
- All applications must be received by 1 February 2012.
- Visit www.imstat.org/awards/laha.html
for more details and application instructions.
The ISI and the World Bank Group are pleased to announce their efforts to provide
developing country participants with an opportunity to obtain funding to attend
the next World Congress in Probability and Statistics in Istanbul, Turkey, from
9th-14th of July 2012.
Applicants of the World Bank Fund are required to be permanent residents of recognized
in order to apply for funding to participate in the 8th World Congress in Probability
and Statistics, in Istanbul, Turkey, July 9-14, 2012.
Those who wish to apply to the World Bank Fund for this Congress, please use the
application form under this
The application must include (in addition to the requirements under the above
- A copy of the submitted abstract.
- A copy of the curriculum vitae of the applicant.
Deadline for applications is March 20, 2012.
Confirmation of support will be informed by April 13, 2012.
(The results of the applications are already emailed to the applicants.)
NSF Support for Travel of US-Based Participants
The US National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded funding to support about 20
US-based participants (young, minority and women) to travel to WCPS 2012.
Please see the announcements in the following links for further detail (posted
in both doc and
Note: Participants must be in US and affiliated with a US institution, but they
do not have to be US citizens.
|Travel Grants by Elsevier and Stochastic Processes and Their Applications
The publishing company Elsevier and the journal
Stochastic Processes and Their
Applications - An Official Journal of the Bernoulli Society - support the
congress with two Elsevier Travel Grants up to 500 Euros each. Eligible are
young researchers (up to the age of 35). Having published in the journal SPA or
any other Elsevier journal is preferred, but not a requirement.
To apply for the grant please send your CV, list of publications and abstract
for a contributed talk you would like to give at the World Congress to
email@example.com. Please use the subject
"SPA Elsevier Travel Award" in your e-mail subject line.
Your application should reach us no later than March 20, 2012.
Elsevier and Stochastic Processes and Their Applications also sponsor two
additional Travel Awards to our satellite event "Pre-world-congress Meeting of
Young Researchers in Probability and Statistics 2012 (PWCYPS 2012)". To apply,
http://pwc2012.ku.edu.tr/funding-application and fill in the unified
application form for this event.
IMS Child Care Initiative
The IMS Child Care Initiative encourages and supports the participation at IMS Annual
Meetings (including the Congress) of IMS members having child care responsibilities.
for application information)
||IMU Funding for Travel
International Mathematical Union (IMU) supports conference participation by
mathematicians from developing countries, defined as countries with a
Gross National Income per Capita (Atlas method) lower than USD 7.500.
Students and junior researchers within 8 years of Ph.D. degree from
developing countries are eligible for funding.
To apply for IMU funding for the Congress including participation at
please use the
funding application form. Send any inquiries
The completed funding form should be submitted before March 20, 2012.