MG9 Travel Grant for US researchers

Jim Isenberg, University of Oregon
jim@newton.uoregon.edu
At the University of Oregon have applied for an NSF grant to fund travel to MG IX in Rome, Italy, this July 2-8. While the grant has not been approved, there is a reasonable chance that it will be. People who wish to apply for these funds should fill out the application form below, and send it (before 15 March)

Note the following: 1) A US scientist is one who generally works in the US. Nationality is not relevant. 2) The funds can only be used to cover transportation to and from Rome. Housing and registration costs must be met otherwise. 3) US carriers, if available, must be used. (You are advised to consider making airline reservations as soon as possible to secure a good fare) 4) The selection of the people to receive travel support will be made by a panel of experienced US scientists (both theorists and experimentalists), based on the information on the returned application forms. Preference will be given to those with NSF grants and those with no federal research support.

Please disseminate this information to your colleagues.

Application for International Travel Grant Funds for U.S. Participants in MG IX.

Name

Address*

e-mail address*

Phone/Fax number*

Present position and home institution

Previous positions and home institutions for the past three years

Date and place of most advanced degree

Area of research

Are you: Plenary speaker - Workshop chair - Lead Author on Contributed paper

List all current grants in gravitational physics

List the international meetings in gravitational physics attended during the past three years (note if you have received NSF travel funds since GR14):

Estimate Travel Cost for MG IX

Please add anything else you wish the selection committee to know. If you think that your work may be unfamiliar to us, please ask a senior scientist to send us a short letter of recommendation.

Signature Date

Return this application by 15 March to Gayle Asburry: Dept of Math, Univ of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403 or e-mail to asburry@math.uoregon.edu

*State address, phone number, etc, for March through June


Jorge Pullin
2000-02-06