ISCA financially supports students and early career scientists to participate in workshops and conferences organized or supported by ISCA. Exceptionally, researchers in special situations like unemployment or coming from low income-level countries may also apply. The support covers early registration and possibly accommodation costs, whereas travel expenses are covered only in exceptional cases. Applicants from all countries are eligible.
Please apply using the online application form - see below for details.
As a rule, grant applications are approved if they meet the requirements stated below, depending on the available budget. Even applications not complying with all requirements are considered and carefully evaluated and may still receive support. Where budget is limited preference is given to applicants from areas needing greater support.
Candidates should meet the ISCA Grants criteria above. They should also have:
Applications should be submitted using the online application form. Please apply as early as possible and no later than the deadline specified on the website of the event. If no deadline is specified, the application should be submitted no later than the early registration date of the event.
In the case of ISCA conferences or workshops, the grant is usually paid by ISCA directly to the organizers. For other events the grant is paid after the conference either to the organizers or to the applicant upon receipt of original invoices or bills justifying the claimed expenses.
By accepting a grant the recipient commits to writing a report describing his/her current research activity and the benefits expected for this activity from the attendance of the event. The report may be made public by ISCA through newsletters and/or the ISCA web.
Important: Report and receipts must be received by ISCA within 3 months of the conference or ISCA will assume that the grant has lapsed, and no reimbursement can be provided.
How to claim your ISCA grant? Click here for reimbursement instructions.
Questions about grants should be addressed to the ISCA Grant Coordinator.