The board of the AETE recognizes that presenting research at conferences is vital aspect of a student’s professional, educational and research development. Furthermore, student involvement in our conferences is fundamental to further develop our research community.
AETE Student Travel Grant will make a partial financial contribution to student presenters attending our annual international conference, subject to available funds. The number of available grants will be announced on February 15th each year. If awarded, the student will receive the bursary after the conference using electronic money transfer. The precise value will be specified, but up to a maximum of 250€ per awardee. The award can be used to cover costs associated with the travel, the hotel and the registration for our AETE conference.
The grant is for students wishing to present their work as a first author during one of the short oral presentation/poster sessions at the next AETE conference. It is mandatory that the student is the first author of the abstract. To be eligible, you must:
If you meet the above requirements, please click the box “Travel Grant” when you submit your abstract through the Conftool system and send an email with subject “AETE Student travel Grant” to studentTG@AETE.eu, containing the following information:
THE LETTER OF SUPPORT (SUPERVISOR)
THE LETTER OF APPLICATION (STUDENT)
Each application MUST BE APPROPRIATELY SUBMITTED IN PDF FORMAT (ONE FILE ONLY). Incomplete, poorly assembled or late applications will not be considered. Applications should be submitted electronically via email to studentTG@AETE.eu by the last abstract submission deadline.
Within two weeks after the submission deadline, applicants will be notified that their application meets eligibility requirements and on the completeness of your submitted file. If it does not, your application will be excluded from further processing.
FINAL ACCEPTANCE OF YOUR APPLICATION
A provisionally accepted application becomes fully accepted application once the abstract submitted by the student is peer-reviewed and accepted for the AETE conference. The applicant will receive an e-mail (Conftool system) notifying the acceptance or rejection of the abstract by mid-June.
Once all applications are judged to be eligible and abstracts have been accepted, awards will be made by random ballot.
Awardees will be contacted by email before June 20th each year. Payment of the travel award will be after the AETE conference (September) if awardees fully met all the requirements as listed above.