A limited number of modest travel grants is available for participants who would not otherwise have resources to attend 
NAT@Logic 2015, and whose attendance would benefit both the applicant and the event. Applicants should note that a grant is limited, and that costs in excess of the grant will not be reimbursed. Grants will be awarded based on the grant committee's assessment of the applicant's genuine financial need, the potential benefit to the applicant's education and research, and the potential benefit to NAT@Logic 2015. Among those applicants who genuinely could not attend the event without a grant, the evaluating committee will give priority to (co-)authors of accepted papers.

Applications should briefly explain (limited to a total of 2,000 characters):
  • the current professional status of the applicant
  • the kind of participation of the applicant at NAT@Logic 2015
  • a breakdown of the estimated amount needed
Applications should be sent by July 1 to Elaine Pimentel ( Students should have their supervisor send a brief recommendation letter (limited to 2,000 characters) to the same email address and by the same deadline. This letter should describe the student's work, the benefit to that work of attending the conference, and an assessment of the student's financial need.