From H-Museum (for all those tech-heads out there):
*Register for EVA London 2007*
BCS / Antenna Audio bursaries
The British Computer Society / Computer Arts Society, and Antenna Audio, are offering a number of bursaries for attending the EVA London conference. The Arts & Humanities Research Council Methods Network is also, separately, offering a number of bursaries for graduate students only (see below).
You may apply for a bursary of up to £200 by emailing George Mallen, Chair
of the Computer Arts Society: email@example.com. Applications must be
received by 6.00pm on Wednesday 27 June 2007.
Your email should state:
* Your name and affiliation, and whether you are a student, employee, or
* Your role in the EVA conference - ie, giving a paper (with title),
presenting in the Visualisation Session or the Research Workshop, or just
wishing to attend the conference
* What other funds, if any, are available for you to apply for
* The sum you are applying for (ie, registration fees at author rate)
* About 100 words maximum describing your interest in the EVA conference and
what you hope to gain from attending.
The bursaries will be targeted primarily at those who do not have other
funds to apply to, for instance those who are self employed or sole traders
or members of very small companies, and students.
These bursaries will be to reimburse the costs of registration for EVA.
You will be able to register free of charge if your bid is successful.
AHRC ICT Methods Network STUDENT BURSARIES
The AHRC ICT Methods Network (www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk), which exists to
promote and support the use of advanced ICT methods in arts and humanities
research, is offering a limited number of bursaries to post-graduate
students who wish to attend EVA 2007 (programme below).
The conference takes place on 9th- 13 July 2007 at The London College of
Communications, University of the Arts, London.
Applications for bursaries are sought from post-graduate students registered
at UK Universities whose research interests are grounded in areas covered by
EVA. These include visualisation for the arts and culture, including
impications, effects, and consequent strategies and policies, and the uses
of digital media for creative productions and works of art, which may be
considered to be within EVA's sphere of interest.
The bursaries are intended to help towards conference expenses.
Successful applicants will be able to claim funds up to a total of £200
toward the cost of conference fees, accommodation and travel.
If you wish to apply for a bursary please register for the EVA conference in
the first instance. The EVA conference programme, abstracts and booking form
are available on:
Following your registration for EVA, please complete the bursary application
form, available on the AHRC ICT Methods Network website:
If you have any queries about completing the form please contact Hazel
Gardiner (firstname.lastname@example.org) using the heading - EVA Bursary
Applications in the subject bar.
Bursary winners will be asked to submit a short report to the Methods
Network following the conference.
Please address any enquiries about the EVA conference to the appropriate
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