10th European Test Symposium

Reval Hotel Olümpia, Tallinn, Estonia
May 22-25, 2005

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Travel Grants

To make the tutorials to be held in connection with 10th IEEE European Test Symposium accessible to participants from NIS countries and Russia regardless of their financial possibilities, travel grants can be provided in the frame of Framework V REASON project. Any person from a NIS country or Russia who is registered as a participant in these tutorials may apply for the travel grant. However, funds for travel grants are limited. These funds will be allocated according to the following rules:

  • Travel grants will cover the actual costs of travel and/or accommodation only, tickets and hotel bills will have to be presented
  • Travel grants will be available for participants from NIS countries and Russia only
  • Priority will be given to applicants who:
    • are from institutions that DO NOT participate in the REASON project as partners or subcontractors,
    • are from institutions and countries where financial conditions are especially difficult
    • who have submitted a paper either at ETS'05 or EBTW'05
  • If necessary, number of grants may be limited to two or one person per institution participating in the same event
  • In the absence of priority applicants the "first come, first served" rule will be used.

To apply for the travel grant, please use the FORM.

Additional information on a separate page justifying the request of the grant is strongly recommended.