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Subject:

Re: GridPP support for attendance at CHEP2013 - please reply.

From:

Dave Kelsey <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 5 Jun 2013 11:22:05 +0000

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Dear GridPP colleagues,

Reminder - you have until Friday 7th June to submit your bids to me for
funding to attend the CHEP2013 conference.

Best regards
Dave

------------------------------------------------
Dr David Kelsey
Particle Physics Department
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Chilton, DIDCOT, OX11 0QX, UK

e-mail: [log in to unmask]
Tel: [+44](0)1235 445746 (direct)
Fax: [+44](0)1235 446733
------------------------------------------------






On 29/05/2013 18:10, "Kelsey, David (STFC,RAL,PPD)"
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>Dear GridPP colleagues,
>
>The Computing in High Energy Physics conference is taking place this year
>(14-18 Oct 2013 in Amsterdam): http://www.chep2013.org/
>
>I hope and am indeed sure that a number of you will have submitted papers
>to this. The Programme Committee has just announced the results of the
>submissions so by now you should know whether or not your paper has been
>accepted.
>
>As in previous CHEP conferences, I confidently predict that the number of
>people wishing to have GridPP financial support will be large so the
>level of available support will be a matter for the PMB to consider and
>decide.
>
>The general GridPP travel policy
>(http://www.gridpp.ac.uk/meetings/Travel_Policy.html) includes the
>following statement on Conferences:
>
>"Workshop & Conference Support: A paragraph case, based on active
>participation and anticipated value to GridPP, should be sent in advance
>to the UK travel budget holder. A costing estimate should be included. In
>situations where either the costs or demand is high, participation may be
>limited to those presenting papers, organizing sessions or similar
>activities."
>
>In the past the PMB has also often decided with CHEP conferences to only
>fund those with accepted papers and to limit support to 50% of the total
>cost. We are also very likely to have to restrict support to one author
>per paper.
>
>The early-bird registration deadline is set to 28th June, so we need to
>make decisions on who will receive support well in advance of that date.
>
>*** So, please send an email to me ([log in to unmask]), not the
>list(!), if you have had a paper accepted and are likely to be seeking
>financial support from GridPP. Please tell me the title and list of
>authors, whether it has been accepted as an oral presentation or a
>poster, and what funding you are likely to request. ***
>
>(I know I can see a full list of accepted papers on the CHEP2013 web
>site, but I would like to receive bids from those who will ask for GridPP
>support)
>
>** PLEASE REPLY asap and by Friday 7th June so we can have an informed
>discussion at the PMB as to the level of support we are able to offer **
>
>Best regards,
>
>Dave K.
>
>
>
>------------------------------------------------
>Dr David Kelsey
>Particle Physics Department
>Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
>Chilton, DIDCOT, OX11 0QX, UK
>
>e-mail: [log in to unmask]
>Tel: [+44](0)1235 445746 (direct)
>Fax: [+44](0)1235 446733
>------------------------------------------------
>
>

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