[DL] Student grants available for the 7th Reasoning Web Summer School & 5th Int'l Conf. on Web Reasoning and Rules Systems (RR2011)
axel.polleres at deri.org
Tue Apr 12 15:31:22 CEST 2011
Student grants available for the 7th Reasoning Web Summer School &
5th Int'l Conference on Web Reasoning and Rules Systems (RR2011):
There will be a limited number of *student grants* available for
the Reasoning Web summer school (23-27 Aug 2011)  and
RR2011 conference (29-30 Aug 2011)  in Galway.
The Reasoning Web Summer School and the Web Rules and Reasoning
Conference are both established events in the area of applications
of Reasoning on the Web both targeting scientific discourse of
established researchers and attracting young researchers to this
emerging field. With co-locating both events this year and inviting
a number of distinguished speakers, we hope to further promote the
research area. For more information about the speakers and programme,
please check the event Websites [1,2].
Student grants will cover registration fees (including lunches and
lecture notes) as well as accomodation costs for the summer school
and potentially for the conference (preference will be given to
students that have an accepted poster or demo at the conference).
In case you are interested in applying for this grant, please apply
normally for the ReasoningWeb summer school at  and indicate in
your application that you are interested in the student grant. The
declaration of interest for the grant should be accompanied by
- a short justification confirming that the attendance
could not be financed by other means such as project funds
- indication whether only the summer school or both the
the summer school and the conference would be attended
- if the applicant plans to attend the conference, indication
whether or not a submission (full paper, poster or system
description) to the conference is planned.
Application deadline is the 30th of April 2011, find more detailed
information at .
For further information please contact:
Axel Polleres <axel.polleres at deri.org>
Alessandra Mileo <alessandra.mileo at deri.org>
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