We welcome the participation of students and postdocs in the meeting. Postdocs and students whose research is sufficiently complete are strongly encouraged to submit abstracts, followed by a paper if their abstract is accepted for presentation. All students and postdocs are eligible for the reduced registration fee of $150 which includes a copy of the conference proceedings and refreshments during the coffee breaks.
We have reserved a limited number of rooms at Snowbird for students at a special discounted rate. These will be made available to postdocs if they are not all taken by students. Any student or postdoc wanting further information should email us.
We are applying for funds to support the expenses of graduate students studying in the United States for travel to the conference. Students wishing to be considered for this support should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org The selection of qualified students will be based on their abstract or otherwise on a letter of recommendation from their thesis advisor if they are not planning to submit an abstract.
Schlumberger-Doll has given a small amount of funds to help offset the costs of women graduate students and/or women postdocs attending the conference. If you wish to be considered for this support please send us an email on or before May 31st.
Elsevier Science is providing two awards of $500 each to the two undergraduate students, graduate students, or postdocs (who may be American or foreign) registering at and attending ETOPIM6 who make the best assessment of Physics Connect (www.physicsconnect.com). The competition deadline is June 14th, 2002. For details click here.