Aim: This fund offers a mechanism for UK-based early career researchers (ECRs) working and studying within the academic UK CCS community to attend UKCCSRC meetings that they would not otherwise be able to attend. Funding is available to support travel and accommodation for the meeting.
Duration: ECRs may apply to the fund to support their attendance at a maximum of two UKCCSRC meetings per year. It is normally expected that meeting activities will take place within one month of notification of funding. For the UKCCSRC Conference in Sheffield we are accepting applications until 5pm 23rd March 2020.
Allocation of places: In the event that this call is oversubscribed, priority will be given i) to allowing attendance of ECRs from a range of institutions, and ii) to those who have not previously attended a UKCCSRC Conference and/or made other use of UKCCSRC support to attend meetings. The order in which applications have been received may also be used, if necessary, to allocate places.
Contact information: Please email Carys, UKCCSRC Finance and Interim Centre Manager, on email@example.com if you require any clarification on this call.
Applicants should note that awards will be reimbursed via an expense claim form or invoice received by the UKCCSRC team following the Conference. It is expected that ECRs will be able to travel to Sheffield on the morning of 7th April and return home on the afternoon of 8th April, therefore requiring only one overnight in stay in Sheffield. Requests for an additional night of accommodation should be justified and approved in advance.
Applications are now closed.
Applicants should ensure that they or their supervisor/manager submits this Referee Form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before 5pm 23rd March 2020
Applicants will be asked in the online application to upload print-out quotes or statements used in their estimate of expenditure. Please read the terms and conditions for details on claimable expenditure.
Applicants should expect to receive a funding decision by Thursday 26th March 2020. Remember you will also need to register separately for the conference. Early registration is highly encouraged!
- Applicants must be working or studying in the CCS field within the UK academic community at an eligible organisation at the time of application and for the duration of the proposed activity.
- Student applicants must be completing a postgraduate research degree programme in a CCS topic at a UK university or research institute eligible to receive UKRI funding.
- Any other applicants must hold a permanent or fixed-term contract of employment at a UK university or research institute eligible to receive UKRI funding.
- Academic and research staff applicants must meet the (non-technical) conditions for eligibility for the EPSRC New Investigator scheme. These include that applicants must normally have completed their PhD or equivalent professional qualification within 10 years of the time the application is submitted. Academic staff wishing to apply should also normally have been appointed to their first lecturer or equivalent position within the previous 36 months, or still be within the probation period associated with the new appointment.
- Applications must be made by the applicant, but must be supported in writing by their supervisor or line manager.
- Please ensure you have fully read the Terms and Conditions of Award before applying as some modes of transport and accommodation providers are not claimable.
- To apply you must be logged in to your UKCCSRC account – please log in via the boxes at the top right. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it by entering just your username and clicking LOG IN. For help email email@example.com.
Please note the data protection and photography clauses for this fund:
The information you enter on this form will only be used for the purposes of administering funding for this event. Members of the UKCCSRC team may contact you with information about the event, using the details you have provided, in the run up to, and for a short time after, the event. We will delete your personal data from the registration form following the event.
Photographs and/or filming will take place throughout the events advertised above. The images will be used for publicity or other purposes to help achieve the UKCCSRC’s aims. This might include (but is not limited to), use in their printed and online publicity, social media, press releases and funding applications. If you do not wish to be photographed or filmed, please speak to a member of UKCCSRC staff when you arrive at the event.