SIGSOFT provides travel and registration support for students and researchers. More details about the SIGSOFT CAPS can be found at https://www.sigsoft.org/resources/caps.html
If you are interested, please submit your complete application to https://awards.sigsoft.org/CAPS/ before March 8, 2019 (Friday).
Note that you may apply to both the SIGSOFT CAPS award and the NSF travel award, if you are qualified – please see the information below about the NSF travel award.
Financial support for attending ICSE is available for graduate students and early-career faculty via the NSF ICSE 2019 travel fund awards. Please see information below for descriptions of the program and how to apply. The U.S. National Science Foundation has generously provided $35K of support for student and early-career faculty participation in ICSE 2019.
Recipients must be students, researchers, or faculty at U.S. institutions. Priorities will be given to:
- Students and faculty whose participation improves the diversity of computing research.
- Applicants who could not attend without a travel award.
- Authors of papers accepted to the technical program, an ICSE workshop, or a co-located event.
- U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
To apply, please use the SIGSOFT CAPS application form.
Note: In the field “Types of CAPS Fund to Apply” please choose “other” and specify “NSF Travel Award” in the text box. Additionally,
- If you are attending the “ICSE’19 Student Mentoring Workshop”, please add “Student Mentoring Workshop” in the “Types of CAPS Fund to Apply” text box.
- If you are attending the “ICSE’19 New Faculty Symposium”, please add “New Faculty Symposium” in the “Types of CAPS Fund to Apply” text box
Applications are due by March 8, 2019.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the U.S. National Science Foundation for making these travel awards possible, through NSF grant #1922878. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed at the conference do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
- Eunsuk Kang, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Nan Niu, University of Cincinnati, USA
- Silvia Abrahão, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
- Ivan Beschastnikh, University of British Columbia, Canada
- Matt Dwyer, University of Virginia, USA
- Natalia Juristo, Universidad Politècnica de Madrid, Spain
- Christian Kaestner, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Shane McIntosh, McGill University, Canada
- Lori Pollock, University of Delaware, USA
- Lin Tan, University of Waterloo, Canada
- Laurie Williams, NC State University, USA