Student Travel Grants
We are pleased to announce the availability of Micro-33 student travel
grants. The grant program is made possible through ACM SIGMICRO. The
purpose of the grant is to supplement the advisor's research grants or
the student's fellowship travel allowance to make attending Micro-33
even more affordable. Grant details are given below:
Students presenting papers at Micro-33 will be given priority
in the selection process.
A grant is intended to partially cover the airfare, hotel, and
registration expenses, up to a maximum of $600.
Grant applications must be full-time active students with valid
- You must register to Micro-33 before applying for a student
- Applicants must submit the application form below by
November 19, 2000 at 11:59pm PST. After this date, the application
form below will be disabled. Email confirming receipt of the application
will be sent immediately. Notice of decision on applications
will be sent by November 21, 2000.
- Grant checks will be provided to recipients at the close of
the main symposium thread.
- Grant recipients are still required to pay in full, at the
student level, the symposium fee and applicable fees for any elected
workshop/tutorial. Note that the student fee for the symposium (and
for any elected workshop/tutorial), even though significantly
discounted, entitles the student to ALL related components including
all meals, breaks, and any special events.
- A note to US students:
The US Government considers that a
grant received by a students MIGHT BE a taxable income. In order
to avoid any future inconvenience, all US students who receive a grant
- Bring a completed W-9 form (including Taxpayer ID #) to
the symposium. An empty W-9 form can be obtained from the
US/IRS web site at http://www.irs.gov/forms_pubs/forms.html
- Keep accurate records to allow later to demonstrate
that this money was in fact a legitimate reimbursement of
travel expense and not real income.
Andy Wolfe, Mike Schlansker
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Last updated: November 9,