ISCA and INTERSPEECH 2019 are jointly offering grants to students and young scientists, aged 34 and under in order to support their participation in the INTERSPEECH 2019 Conference. Each grant award includes early student registration, a 1-year ISCA student membership and a cash award. If you are awarded one of the grants, your registration will be able to cover up to two of your papers.
Please note: In order to be eligible for a grant, you will need to be the (co-)author of an accepted paper at INTERSPEECH 2019. Therefore, follow the instructions to upload your final paper by July 1. However, if you intend to apply for a grant, do not register for the conference before you have received notification of the outcome of the grantee selection, on July 3.
The grants for participation in INTERSPEECH 2019 will be administered by ISCA.
The purpose of the grants is to support diversity of scientific topics at the Conference and a wide representation of the international speech science and technology community. Applicants from all countries are eligible to apply and preference will be given to applicants from areas of greater support.
Applicants must complete an online application form. Applications will require the following supporting documents:
- your curriculum vitae including a complete list of publications;
- a list of the conferences and workshops you attended previously;
- the letter of acceptance of paper(s) you will present at the Conference;
- a copy of the paper(s), submitted to, and accepted by the Conference;
- a recommendation letter (or email) by your supervisor or the Director of your laboratory.
Applications can be submitted between the INTERSPEECH paper notification date, June 17 and the application deadline at midnight CET, Monday June 24. The application must be submitted using the online application form. Notification of acceptance or otherwise will be sent to applicants by Wednesday, July 3, upon which immediate action will be required to complete your online registration for the conference by July 5.
The deadline for grant applications is strict, and applicants are encouraged to start preparing the required documents early.