Visible to the public NSF CPS Week 2015 Student Travel Support Grants

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CPS Week 2015 (Seattle, WA, USA, April 13-16, 2015) has secured limited number funds for student travel support through the generous support of the National Science Foundation. It is anticipated that the each travel support grant will be $1,500.00. Travel support will be in the form of fixed stipend to help cover expenses such as conference registration, hotel/accommodations, transportation and airfare, and meals. Grantees are expected to leverage additional funds from their home institutions to cover remaining costs. CPS Week organizers will provide invitation letters to support grantees in seeking additional funds if needed.

The NSF Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) program seeks to support research that deeply integrates computing (cyber) and engineered (physical) components to enable smart technologies, systems, and infrastructures for the future. CPS researchers make advances in critical domains such as energy, transportation, and medical. The NSF CPS Week 2015 Student Travel Support opportunity aims to engage diverse student participation and develop a vibrant research community in the above CPS domains and beyond.

We encourage applications from students who are interested in pursuing research in CPS domains as well as human interaction with CPS. Priority will be given to those who have no other funding resource to attend the CPS Week 2015. Graduate students who are pursuing their degrees under the recent NSF CRII or NSF CAREER awardees are also encouraged to apply.

How to Apply?

To be considered for this opportunity, please fill out the form below and email to Andrew Clark at: ACLARK@WPI.EDU

Questions about this opportunity can be sent to Professor Radha Poovendran via email at

Important Deadlines:

  • Applications Due via e-mail: February 28th 2015
  • Date of Decision: March 2nd 2015
  • Early registration March 10th 2015