NSF (National Science Foundation) Student Grants to Supports PM Industry. Las Vegas, June 13–16 2017
The National Science Foundation is offering 40 Grants/Scholarship (no cost except air) for students in the US, from any Engineering/Science discipline to attend the Annual PM (Powder Metallurgy) Conference in Las Vegas, to get them exposed to the field of Powder Metallurgy – a super niche technology.
Please review the Grant Request below and also my communication with Jim Adams the Executive Director of MPIF/APMI. Time is short.
It would be great opportunity for our community youngsters to participate, learn, and network.
The National Science Foundation has announced the approval of a grant program to support 40 students from U.S. institutions to attend POWDERMET2017 (International Conference on Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials) and AMPM2017 (Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy) in Las Vegas, June 13–16.
The awards will cover the full conference registration fee (including the opening and closing events and two luncheons) and three-nights hotel accommodations in double occupancy. Any travel-related expenses are covered by the student or his/her institution.
- Students must be attending a U.S. institution when applying
- Students must attend the entire conference (June 13–16)
- Participation at conference (one of the following):
- Primary author on accepted technical paper
- Primary co-author on accepted technical poster
- Commitment to submit a technical poster on activities at their institution, if selected
- Postdoctoral scholars are not eligible
- Deadline is February 24
For more details, including how to apply, please visit POWDERMET2017.org and select the “Student Grant Opportunity.”
James P. Adams