ASPLOS XIII, March 1-5, Seattle, WA
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Thirteenth International Conference on
Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems
(ASPLOS '08)

Student participation is sponsored by Microsoft and NSF.

ASPLOS Travel Grants

Microsoft, the NSF, and ACM SIGARCH, SIGOPS, SIGPLAN are providing funds to support travel grants for students and suitable faculty attending ASPLOS 2008. These grants will cover partial travel and conference expenses. While we encourage all students to apply, priority will be given to paper and poster presenters, co-authors, underrepresented minorities (including women and undergraduate students interested in research), SIG members, and the size of the travel grant will vary. There will also be a number of travel grants for female junior faculty and faculty from non-research universities. Expenses will be reimbursed after the end of the conference and applicants will be asked to submit original receipts.

To apply, email the following to Priya Nagpurkar: with the text ASPLOS 2008 Travel Grant Application in the subject line:

  • Completed application form
  • Current resume
  • Cover letter with a brief description of your reasons for attending ASPLOS, and your research interests
  • For student applicants, an email from your advisor stating that you are a full time student pursuing an MS/Ph.D. or undergraduate research in the areas covered by ASPLOS under his/her supervision.

We are still accepting travel grant applications. Applicants will be notified about the status of their application on February 15, and are encouraged to apply before that.

Note: if your attendance to ASPLOS is contingent on receiving a travel grant, please note this in your email and submit your application by February 7, and we will do our best to notify you by February 10.


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