We are pleased to announce 20 student bursaries (each worth £ 120) for high quality MSc/PhD students submitting papers to LBS 2009 to help cover their registration fees for LBS 2009 conference. These bursaries are sponsored by University of Nottingham Horizon Digital Economy Research Hub and Horizon Doctoral Training Centre. More details at http://www.lbs2009.org/
You are eligible to apply for student bursary if:
# You are currently student in a Masters or PhD program
# You are an author of a full paper/extended abstract that has been accepted for presentation at the LBS 2009.
Please mention that you wish to be considered for Horizon student bursary when you submit your paper.
Horizon Doctoral Student Colloquium
The LBS 2009 committee is pleased to announce a Doctoral Student Colloquium for this year's LBS conference. The Colloquium will provide doctoral students with the opportunity to present their work to senior faculty in a setting that is relatively informal but that allows for maximum intellectual exchange. Students will receive feedback on their presentation and/or current research from participating faculty and from students' peers.
More info on Horizon:
The Horizon Digital Economy Research Hub centre is a new £12 million research centre at The University of Nottingham to develop digital technology to transform modern living. This builds on the success of the £ 5.7 million Horizon Doctoral Training Centre in Location-aware Pervasive Computing at the University of Nottingham. The Centre for Geospatial Science is part of both Horizon Digital Economy Research Hub centre and Horizon Doctoral Training Centre.
Please contact me for any information needed.
Dr Suchith Anand
Centre for Geospatial Science
Sir Clive Granger Building
University of Nottingham
Tel: (0)115 846 8408
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