MSB 2017 particularly welcomes young researchers and encourages their participation in the symposium by featuring:
- A student´s registration fee of only 325 Euro, including symposium admission, lunches, dinners, receptions and an all-delegate excursion.
- A double-blind abstract review procedure providing equal chances for acceptance to the oral program, regardless reputation and seniority.
- A Young-Investigator session with contributions from excellent young scientists.
- Selected 3-min poster pitches.
- Several poster awards.
- Four stimulating and highly informative short courses at the start of the symposium, providing one-stop in-depth tutorials on topical subjects.
In order to further stimulate and enable active participation of students and post-docs, various organizations offer a number of travel grants for the MSB 2017 symposium. The actual list of travel grant providers and their contacts are summarized below.
General requirements for application for a travel grant are:
- Proof of registration to the conference and acceptance of your abstract for a poster or oral presentation.
- Proof of studentship/post-doc status.
- A letter of recommendation from your supervisor.
- A letter with your reasons for requesting the grant.
CASSS Travel Grants
CASSS is pleased to provide a limited number of travel grants as a reimbursement of expenses for participation for PhD candidates or academic post-docs presenting posters or talks at MSB 2017. Interested candidates may apply by sending the documentation specified above and a PDF-copy of their abstract to the CASSS Executive Director, Ms. Stephanie Flores (sflores-at-casss.org). PhD students or post-doctoral fellows throughout the world are eligible.
CASSS is pleased to announced the following recipients of travel grant:
Daihyun Kim, Arizona State University, Tempe, United States
Zsuzsanna Kovacs, The University of Debrecen, Hungary "
John Chin, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Dimitri Brinet, Gothenburg University, Sweden
Leila Josefsson, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Sara Tengattini, University of Pavia, Italy
ROZING.COM Consulting Travel Grants
Two grants of Euro 750 are available for participation for PhD or post-doctoral students with an accepted oral or poster contribution at MSB2017 dealing with fundamentals of (U)HPLC, (U)HPLC column technology, Capillary Electrophoresis or new instrumental concepts.The grant furnishes funding for travel and/or registration fees. Interested candidates may apply by sending the documentation specified above to the symposium organizers (info-at-msb.org).
The grants are sponsored by Dr. Gerard Rozing, 33 years with Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies Germany and since 2012 an independent consultant for Liquid Chromatography and Capillary Electrophoresis.
Following students are the recipients of the ROZING.COM Consulting Travel Grants
Sarah Lum, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, United States
Asraf Ali, Inha University, Incheon, Republic of Korea
KNCV Section Analytical Chemistry Travel Grants
The SAC, Section of Analytical Chemistry of the Royal Dutch Society of Chemistry (KNCV) is pleased to provide a limited number of travel grants to BSc and MSc students registered at a Dutch educational institution (university, HBO, HLO).
Interested candidates can apply by sending the documentation specified above and a copy of their abstract to SAC President Cari Sänger-van de Griend (cari.sanger-at-kantisto.nl). Deadline for application is Tuesday January 31, 2017.
The SAC is please to announce Sander Wagt, University of Amsterdam/Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands as the recipient of the SAC Travel Grant