WWW2007 is offering a travel award program to help students offset the costs of attending the conference. Funds for student travel have been provided by IBM Research, iCORE, Microsoft, and the University of Calgary.
This page provides information about the student travel award program, including funding amount, eligibility, application form, and selection process.
To be eligible for a student travel award, you must:
Students cannot receive support from both the technical volunteer program and the student travel award program for WWW2007.
There will be up to 40 student travel awards available.
The application deadline has now passed.
Application Deadline: February 24, 2007 (11:59pm EST)
Awards will be decided on a merit basis, and announced by March 2, 2007.
A second round of awards with a later deadline may be possible if funds remain, or if additional sponsorship funding for student travel awards is forthcoming.
Travel awards are provided on a reimbursement basis for documented expenses incurred to attend WWW2007, up to the limits stated above. No pre-payment of expenses is provided.
If you are a successful applicant, you will receive payment in person at WWW2007 by presenting to the student travel award program coordinator:
The first selection criterion for awards is a well-written justification of why attending WWW20007 is important to your research and/or future career (maximum 150 words).
From the qualified applicants, priority will be determined as follows:
There will be no priority distinction between Ph.D., M.Sc., and undergraduate students. Excessive time in your current graduate or undergraduate program may decrease your chances if competition for these awards is high.
Further questions can be directed to Lisa Higham, the coordinator of the student travel award program.