[Air-L] 22nd ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2017): First Call for Student Travelling Support

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Wed Jun 22 09:10:42 PDT 2016

*** First Call for Student Travelling Support ***

22nd ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces
IUI 2017

St. Raphael Resort, Limassol, Cyprus

March 13-16, 2017


Following the tradition of previous years, we will offer student participation
support to attend the IUI 2017 Conference. Currently, the support is provided
in the form of an ACM SIGCHI Student Travel Grant (SSTG) which includes free
registration and some travelling support. The grant is intended for student
authors who personally present papers accepted in any of the tracks (full
papers, short papers, posters, demos, workshop papers), or participate in the
Doctoral Consortium.

Students should submit applications regardless of whether or not their papers
have been accepted. However, travel awards will only be given to students
who have an accepted paper, note or poster and who will be presenting that
work themselves, or who present their PhD project at the Doctoral

Applications must be submitted by August 1st, 2016. Late applications will
not be considered. To apply for a SSTG Student Travel Award, the student
should submit the following:
·	A completed application form
·	A resume
·	A letter of support from the student's research advisor
·	Optionally: Background material that supports the application,
        e.g. benefits of attending the conference or the student's research
·	You must be a member of SIGAI before you apply ($11 dues)

Students should apply by submitting their application to PCS
and include the information detailed in the Student Award Application.
More information and a link for submitting an application (in early July 2016)
can be found on the SIGCHI website

Deadline for applications for student support: August 1st, 2016.

Notification of Results: August 15th, 2016.

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