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News and Events: Funding, Grants and Competitions

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Funding, Grants & Competitions

  • Helmut Veith Stipend

    Deadline: Monday 30 November 2020

     

    The VCLA invites applications for the Helmut Veith Stipend. The Helmut Veith Stipend is dedicated to the memory of an outstanding computer scientist who worked in the fields of logic in computer science, computer-aided verification, software engineering, and computer security. It is awarded annually to motivated female students in the field of computer science who pursue (or plan to pursue) one of the master's programs in Computer Science at TU Wien taught in English.

    For more information, see http://www.vcla.at/helmut-veith-stipend/ or contact .
  • Spanish UNILOG Logic Prize

    Deadline: Friday 30 October 2020

    UNILOG LOGIC PRIZE is an international initiative to award one prize per country to an original manuscript on logic. The spanish incarnation is open to all researchers who are (or have been in the last 10 years) affiliated with any university or research institution based in Spain, regardless of their position, nationality, gender or age. This includes not only professors and researchers from these institutions, but also current postgraduate students and doctors who presented their Ph. Dissertations less than 10 years ago.

    Participants are asked to submit an original manuscript written in English, between 15 and 30 pages, on any topic that can be considered to be related to logic (according to the standards of the international logic community).

     

    For more information, see http://www.uni-log.org/logic-prize-spain.
  • NWO funding open access publication of books

    Open Access is now an established practice for scientific articles.This is not yet the case for scientific books.NWO recently launched a funding instrument especially for NWO researchers who want to publish their book in Open Access.

    Continuous applications.

  • Nederlandse Prijs voor ICT-onderzoek

    Deadline: Sunday 15 November 2020

    [In Dutch only]

    Deze jaarlijkse prijs is bestemd voor een wetenschappelijk onderzoeker, met een wetenschappelijke leeftijd[1] van maximaal vijftien jaar, die vernieuwend onderzoek op zijn/haar naam heeft staan of die verantwoordelijk is voor een wetenschappelijke doorbraak in de ICT, en is bedoeld als eerbetoon aan zijn/haar persoon en als promotie van het vakgebied ICT. De inschrijving voor de editie 2021 van de prijs is geopend.

  • Synergy Award '21: call for PhDs

    Deadline: Monday 16 November 2020

    Society needs scientific contributions to today’s challenges. Can your PhD research make a positive impact? Don’t keep it to yourself: enter NWO’s Synergy Awards ’21 for PhD students in social sciences & humanities. Submit your contribution and secure your chance to enhance your skills and pitch your best idea for making an impact at Synergy ’21, the anual leading event for social sciences and humanities.

  • SILFS "Ettore Casari" Logic Prize

    Deadline: Monday 30 November 2020

    The Italian Society for Logic and the Philosophy of Science (SILFS) established the biennial logic prize named 'Ettore Casari Logic Prize', which is aimed at promoting logical research in Italy. Scholars affiliated to any University or Research Centre based in Italy, irrespective of their role, nationality, gender, or age, are eligible for participation. This prize is part of the UNILOG project "A Prize of Logic in Every Country".

     Applicants are requested to submit an original manuscript written in English, not exceeding 30 pages, on any topic that can be considered as pertaining to logic (by the standards of the international community of logicians).

    The prize consists in: a) the publication of the selected manuscript in the journal Logica Universalis, b) the payment of the participation costs (travel, accommodation, and registration fee) for the World Congress of Universal Logic, and c) the award of the medal 'Ettore Casari for Logic'.