The Colloquium Spectroscopicum Internationale XLI (CSIXLI) and first Latin American Meeting on Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LAMLIBS) promote the participation of students by grants to attend the conference. Undergraduate and graduate students could benefit from the opportunity to attend to lectures imparted by experts in different spectroscopies as well as interact with experienced researchers and other students. Plenary talks provide a unique opportunity to follow the frontiers on spectroscopy from leading scientist.
To apply to a student grant is possible at the time of abstract submit and the next documentation is mandatory (in pdf format).
- A valid student identification
- A probatory document where the University or the Supervisor support the active status of the student.
The number of grants is limited depending to the funds of the CSIXLI -LAMLIBS conference.
The student selected must attended the whole conference and be available to help the Local Organizing Committee with the logistics.
There will be two kind of grants:
- The first will include the Registration Fee for CSIXLI-LAMLIBS and accommodation (Hotel in sharing room with another student) during the conference (from June 9th to June 14th).
- The second will include only the Registration Fee for CSIXLI-LAMLIBS.
The students will be informed (in the next months) by the CSIXLI -LAMLIBS Organizing Committee about the decision.
LIST OF GRANTS AWARDED
We acknowledge the support for grants from the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), the Postgraduate program of Materials Science and Engineering (PCeIM - UNAM), the Optical Society (OSA), the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Coordination of Scientific Research (CIC – UNAM).
IUPAC endorsement implies that entry visas will be granted to all bona fide chemists provided application is made not less than six months in advance. If a visa is not granted two months before the meeting, the IUPAC Secretariat should be notified without delay by the applicant.