One of the fundamental goals of the workshop is to
develop and maintain SIMS as a premier scientific technique. To
achieve this goal, the Workshop organizing committee believes it is
essential to attract, encourage and foster the development of newer
members of our community. In this spirit, we will provide limited
financial support to full-time graduate students studying SIMS. In
order to be considered, students must submit an abstract for
presentation and a letter of support from their research advisor.
Some student award recipients may be selected for oral presentations
in a special student award session.
A full time student who wishes to be considered
for a student stipend award must submit three copies each of
an abstract for presentation and letter of support from the
student's research advisor. The letter must state that you are a
full time graduate student in his/her research group.
The deadline for receipt is April 6, 2005. Preparation of your
Abstract is as follows:
- Abstracts are to be typed on 8.5"x11"
- Abstracts can be one
to three pages total in length. This includes figures and
- The title, student's name and affiliation is
centered at the top of the first page, followed by text and figures.
- A 1" margin at the top of each page, and
a 1" margin on the left, right and bottom of each page is
- A letter of support from the student's research
advisor must be on top of the submission and must provide
contact information for the research advisor and the student.
- The letter must state that you are a full-time
graduate student in his/her research group and be placed on top
of the package.
- Three copies of the Abstract are to be
submitted for SIMS Committee review and acceptance.
- Send your completed package to:
SIMS Workshop 2005
c/o Greg Gillen
P.O. Box 1480
Edgewater, Md. 21037
Annual Workshop on
P.O. Box 1480
Edgewater, Maryland 21037 USA
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