ICES Annual Science Conference 2021

Early Career Scientists

We are happy to offer limited travel funding for early career scientists travelling to ASC 2021.​​

​​​​​​ICES travel funding

​​​ICES provides limited travel funds for Early Career Scientists attending the ASC 2021. To qualify for funding:

  • an applicant must be under 35 years of age and/or have finished a PhD within the past five years.
  • an applicant must have had an abstract (poster or oral presentation) accepted to an ASC theme session.

Priority is given to applicants affiliated with institutes in ICES member countries. The online application system will open in June 2021.

Additional travel funding for U.S. participants

National Science Foundation (NSF) provides limited travel funding to graduate students and Early Career Scientists from U.S. academic institutions attending the ASC 2021. NSF funding is provided through a grant to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences (UMCES)

Applicants must have had an abstract (poster or oral presentation) accepted to an ASC theme session. Strong preference is given to scientists within 7 years of receipt of their Ph.D. who are first-time ICES participants. Applications accepted by WHOI in June 2021. Additional information will be ​​​available in early 2021.

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