DIMACS/BioMaPS/MB Center Special Focus on Information Processing in Biology
The DNA Barcode Data Analysis Initiative (DBDAI):
Developing Tools for a New Generation of Biodiversity Data
The DAWG Steering Committee plans to provide travel support on a competitive basis to approximately 15 participants from European institutions and 20 participants from US institutions (contingent on the success of pending proposals to funding agencies). In addition, the Steering Committee may have funds to support the participation of a very few senior investigators. Priority will be given to those who plan to continue their work beyond the workshop.
ELIGIBILITY: Priority for travel support will be given to applicants who are either:
Recipients of travel support will receive some or all of the following: economy class return airfare from their home institution to Paris, hotel accommodations and meals during the workshop, and reimbursement for incidental expenses such as transportation to and from airports.
REVIEW CRITERIA AND PROCESS:
Applications for travel support must be submitted by June 2, 2006. The DAWG Steering Committee will review all requests for travel and the abstracts submitted by applicants and will inform all applicants of funding decisions by June 23, 2006.. The Committee will award travel support on the basis of:
APPLICATION FOR TRAVEL SUPPORT
Include a copy of the abstract submitted
Include a statement of about one page that describes:
* Please email this application to the DNA Barcode Data Analysis Initiative to Lindac@dimacs.rutgers.edu.