Registration

The São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Quantum Fluids and Applications will be a FREE event. We will be accepting a limited number of applications. We aim to select about 100 attendees (50 Brazilians and 50 foreigners). Priority will be given to candidates currently enrolled in graduate programs (Masters/MSc and Doctoral/Ph.D.), for recent recipients of graduate degrees, and outstanding undergraduate students.

 

If you are interested in attending the School, you can also apply for travel support. We have a limited number of travel grants (transportation).  Housing and meals will be covered for ALL accepted grant applications.

 

To apply for full or partial financial support you will need:

  • to be a current student or a young researcher (no more than 5 years of Ph.D. degree) working on related topics.

  • short CV (1-page max.)

  • motivation letter (1-page max.)

  • current research project (350 words)

  • graduate transcripts

  • recommendation letter (preferably written by the student's advisor)

  • to submit a poster (title, authors and affiliations, and a 350-word abstract) related to your research to be presented at the School. If you are not submitting a poster, please provide a justification (undergraduate student, or you are entering the field, etc)

 

Students contemplated with the full travel grant will have their travel and accommodation expenses paid by the event. Also, they will receive cash* upon arrival in São Carlos to assist with other expenses (for example, the airport-São Carlos transfer and meals).

Students contemplated with the partial travel grant will have their accommodation expenses paid by the event.

All students will stay in hotels close to the University of São Paulo (at São Carlos) in double or triple rooms, which means that all students will have a roommate.

 

*The amount in cash will depend on the School budget provided by FAPESP.

Important dates

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Travel Grant application deadline

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Supported by

Grant # 2019/15372-7