Supporting Grants

 

The Mineralogical Society of Poland (PTMin) wants to stimulate the attendance of young researchers (students, PhD and postDocs up to 5 years after defense) to EMC2020 by covering their registration fees. Grants will be offered to 5 young reseachers who will give an oral or poster contribution as presenting authors (the 1st author): applications will be selected by the PTMin Scientific Committee.

Applications is open for all (it is not limited only to a PTMin member).

Applications should be submitted electronically, with deadline 31/5/2020, to the email address: emc2020@ptmin.eu and should include: 1) declaration of the status of student/PhD/postDocs issued by an authorized institution; 2) motivation letter, and 3) title and scientific session of the contribution presented at the Congress.

 

The French Society of Mineralogy and Crystallography (SFMC) offers travel grants to young researchers either french or working in french laboratories, and giving an oral or poster contribution as presenting authors. Each grant will cover the early registration fees.
Applications should be submitted electronically on the SFMC website (https://sfmc-fr.org/?page_id=2337&lang=fr) by April 17, 2020.

 

Grant recipients will be notified by 30/6/2020

 

Travel Awards 2020:

 

CLIMATE MDPI
We are pleased to announce that applications are now open for two Climate Travel Awards in 2020. The applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee chaired by the Editor-in-Chief of Climate, Prof. Dr. Gordon Huang. This prize provides financial assistance for winners to present their work in an oral and/or poster session at an international academic conference related to climate science in 2020.
More details at: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/climate/awards

 

CRYSTALS MDPI
On behalf of Professor Helmut Cölfen, the Editor-in-Chief of Crystals (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/crystals, ISSN 2073-4352), we invite Postdoctoral fellows and PhD students to submit applications for two travel awards to attend international conferences in 2020. Each winner will be awarded a certificate and 800 Swiss Francs, which can be used for registration, travel, or accommodation to the nominated conference. Award nominations and applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee chaired by Professor Cölfen.
More details at: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/crystals/awards

 

EAG (European Association of Geochemistry)
As the European Association of Geochemistry wishes to support students training in geochemistry, each year EAG sponsors 12 students up to 500 Euros per student to attend geochemistry related short courses, summer schools, workshops or conferences located in Europe, except for the Goldschmidt conference*. Students do not need to present any talk or poster at the event.
More details at: https://www.science-community.org/en/grants/by-type/grants-for-young-scientists

 

EMU (European Mineralogical Union)

EMU Grants
Since 2010, EMU awards grants at relevant international conferences to young scientists working in Mineralogical Sciences and allied disciplines. Young scientists include undergraduate and graduate students and young researchers within 4 years after completion of their PhD. EMU usually delegates the choice of the recipients of the prize to the convenors of the sessions; applicants should contact them directly once they submit their abstract. Prizes consist of financial support in a sum predefined by the Executive Committee of EMU.
More details at: http://eurominunion.org/?page_id=290

 

EMU Poster Prizes
Since 2007, EMU awards Poster Prizes at relevant international conferences to young scientists working in Mineralogical Sciences and allied disciplines. Young scientists include undergraduate and graduate students and young researchers within 4 years after completion of their PhD. EMU will nominate a jury for the selection of the recipients. Prizes consist of a certificate and two volumes of the EMU Notes in Mineralogy, selected by the recipient.
More details at: http://eurominunion.org/?page_id=235

 

IMA (International Mineralogical Association)
The International Mineralogical Association PhD Student award is intended to honor and support outstanding students by providing them the opportunity to present their research at an international level, forge new collaborations and ideas, and further develop their career. The award is intended to support participation in an international conference with a strong involvement of the IMA. In 2020, the meeting of choice is the 3rd European Mineralogical Conference EMC2020, which will be held in Krakow, Poland
More details at: https://www.ima-mineralogy.org/Student_Award_EMC2020.htm

 

MINERALS MDPI
a) Three Travel Awards of 800 Swiss Francs each and a certificate will be granted to postdoctoral fellows or PhD students to attend an international conference of their choice in 2020. Award nominations and applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee chaired by the Editor-in-Chief.
More details at: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/minerals/awards
b) Travel Award in Mineral Processing and Metallurgy 2020
This award will help support a postdoctoral fellow or PhD student to travel to present his/her data, in poster or oral presentation format, at a scientific conference in 2020. The nominations and applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee consisting of senior scholars in the field.
More details at: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/minerals/awards

 

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING RESEARCH BOARD
International Travel Support (ITS) Scheme provides financial assistance to Indian researchers for presenting a research paper in an international scientific event (conference, seminar, workshop etc.) held abroad. In addition, support is also provided to young scientists (age limit below 35 years as on date of start of the event) for attending training programmes, Short-term schools and Workshops. Economy class air-fare by shortest route from Air India, airport-tax and visa fees are provided under the scheme. Registration fee as per actual or Rs. 50,000/- whichever is less will be provided to young scientist (Age < 35 on the date of start of event) in addition to the above support. Applications can be submitted within the window of 60-90 days in advance from the date of start of the event.
More details at: http://serb.gov.in/its.php

 

THE GEOCHEMISTRY GROUP OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY AWARDS
The Geochemistry Group promotes geochemistry as a discipline and aims to improve the links between the many areas of application and research that are currently active. The Group encourages and organises meetings, workshops, courses and seminars. We are particularly active in our support of young geochemists and offer a number of funding opportunities for Early Career Researchers alongside our annual Research in Progress Meeting (GGRiP).
More details at: https://www.geolsoc.org.uk/geochemistry

 

WATER MDPI
We are pleased to announce that the “2020 Water Travel Award” is now open. We are inviting nominations from postdoctoral and Ph.D. researchers who will be attending an international conference in 2020. The award will consist of three prizes of 800 CHF (Swiss Francs).
More details at: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/water/awards

 

We encourage you to check numerous travel grants/awards presented at https://www.science-community.org/en/grants/by-type/grants-for-young-scientists