Students and Grants
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Full-time students may attend USENIX ATC '16 for only $495, as well as the HotCloud '16 or HotStorage '16 workshops for $590 per workshop or $295 per day. This special fee is not transferable. Your current student ID must be validated before registering. Please sign in to your account or register for an account to upload your student ID for validation.
Sponsored by Google and the National Science Foundation
A limited number of student grants are available to help pay for travel, accommodations, and registration fees to enable full-time students to attend the conference. Please note USENIX relies on sponsorship to finance student grants, and funding is strictly limited. We do not guarantee assistance to speakers or participants, and student grants rarely cover complete travel needs. To apply for a grant, see the USENIX student grant Web page. Applications are due by Tuesday, May 17, 2016.
Grants for Women
Sponsored by Google and VMware
As part of its ongoing commitment to encourage diversity in advanced computing, we are pleased to offer the USENIX ATC '16 Grants for Women to support computer scientists interested in attending. All computer scientists from academia or industry who identify as female are encouraged to apply. Awardees will receive $700 to apply toward travel and/or accommodation costs at the conference. Applications are due by Tuesday, May 17, 2016.
- Identify as female
- Work in or study computer science or a related field
- Attend at least two full days of the main conference technical sessions
- Agree to being contacted by USENIX and sponsors about future events and opportunities
To apply, fill out the USENIX ATC '16 Grants for Women application today.