The UK 850 MHz Solid State NMR facility PhD travel fund supported by Bruker provides funding for: (a) attendance at an internationally recognized, high-profile conference where a PhD student presents results he/she obtained at the 850 MHz Facility, or (b) a "start-up" visit to another lab to learn new methods to be implemented at the 850 MHz Facility. (Funding should not be requested to support pre-existing or ongoing collaborations.) The scheme will consider one application per research group per conference with a maximum of three awards per university department/school per calendar year. A student can receive up to 2 awards during their PhD studies. In exceptional cases, applications will be accepted from postdoctoral fellows. The maximum award (per student per conference or visit) will be £1000. A typical award will aim to cover ~80% of the total cost of attending the conference (or the lab visit). Your application must be submitted at least one month before the conference/visit. For more information please contact Dinu Iuga firstname.lastname@example.org.
The support from Bruker is to be acknowledged in any publication resulting from results obtained at the facility that follows as a direct consequence of the "start-up" visit. Also please take note that the student receiving a travel grant must provide a brief (1-page maximum) report to the 850 MHz National Management Committee after the conference/visit. Original receipts, up to or exceeding the amount awarded by the Travel Fund, together with the report and the "reimbursement form":http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/physics/research/condensedmatt/nmr/850/user_info/fp16a.pdf (please mention the 850 MHz travel fund on the reimbursement form) must be submitted to Charlie Whitewood, Department of Physics, University of Warwick Gibbet Hill Road Coventry CV4 7AL The report may be placed on the 850 MHz facility website.
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