Student Travel Grant Program
Travel support for a limited number of students may be available from the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS). Students accepted into the program will receive financial support and be paired with a mentor for the duration of the workshop. Note that, even if a student can only attend the workshop remotely, they can still apply to request reimbursement for registration fees using the same application!
The GRSS travel support application must be submitted online by 7 April 2023, through the link below:
What the GNSS+R 2023 travel grant will cover:
- Conference registration fee at your membership grade
- Flight cost to/from nearest airport1
- Accommodation (Hotel/University residence) cost for 3 days up to a maximum of $375 US2
1Reasonable estimate based on current pricing using tools such as Travelocity, Expedia, Flight Hub, etc. Only economy fare will be accepted.
2A maximum of $125 per day can be claimed.
When and how the GNSS+R 2023 travel grant will be paid to you:
- Reimbursement will be made AFTER the conference once all receipts have been submitted. Detailed instructions will be provided to recipients. Payment will be through direct deposit to your bank account.
- Claim must be submitted within 30 days after the conference.
- Receipts are required for each claim. Amounts claimed without a receipt will not be reimbursed.
- The final payment will be made within 14 days of a properly submitted claim.
To apply for a GNSS+R 2023 travel grant, you must:
- have not received IEEE funding within the last 2 years.
- not currently reside in an OFAC sanctioned country. (https://orpa.princeton.edu/export-controls/sanctioned-countries)
You can increase your chances to receive an GNSS+R 2023 travel grant if:
- You bring in co-funding from your institution or other external sources.
- You are an active member in IEEE GRSS.
- You are a presenting author at GNSS+R 2023.