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Announcement - Travel support grants available for e-Science 2007, Bangalore, India

A city of many colours, Bangalore is known as India’s Silicon Valley, but has also earned a reputation as the Garden City.
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A number of travel grants are available for students attending the 3rd IEEE International Conference on e-Science and Grid Computing, to be held 10-13 December 2007 in Bangalore, India. 

The IEEE Technical Committee on Scalable Computing is offering USD 5000 in grants and welcoming applications from students all over the world.

The University of Melbourne is offering travel scholarships for students based in India, with a total of AUD 5000 available.

All applications are due 9 November 2007. Recipients will be announced 15 November 2006.

e-Science 2007 will present the results of the latest e-Science and grid-related research, as well as product and tool developments and highlights from related activities from around the world.

Registration for e-Science 2007 is now open.



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