Clarion Congress Hotel
    Prague, Czech Republic
    15 - 18 April 2013
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    NFS Student Application

    NFS Workshop Student Application - Poster Session

    NSF encourages participation from students actively involved in Optics/Photonics research who would strongly benefit from international collaboration. The selected graduate students will present their research at the workshop and in a poster session, held as part of the SPIE Symposium.
    The deadline for submission is Monday February 18th, at 5:00pm, applicant’s local time.

    Application Instructions:
    The student’s application should be no more than two pages and follow the following template:
    Title of research
    Student’s full name, Advisor’s name,  institution, contact information

    Abstract:
    (250 words or less)
    Describe the project you are engaged in. What are the specific objectives and expected significance of this research?

    Intellectual Merit:

    How timely is your research, how will it push the frontiers of understanding?
    Does your research align with the topics presented at the 2013 SPIE Conference?

    Broader Impacts:

    What benefits would you gain by collaborating with a US team?

    Please submit your application via e-mail, as a pdf file attachment to:
    Dominique M. Dagenais, National Science Foundation, at: ddagenai@NSF.gov

    NSF Workshop on US- Czech Frontiers in Photonics
    Workshop Date: April 18, 2013 - Cost is €25
    Location:
    Clarion Congress Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic
    Contact:
    Dominique M. Dagenais, National Science Foundation, 
                 Tel: (703) 292-8339