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All applications must be submitted online. For best consideration for an IEEE SPS travel grant, applications should be received by the dates noted below under each specific conference. Applications will be considered until the exhaustion of funds. Applicants will be notified of the decision. Successful applicants should make their own travel arrangements and keep receipts; they will receive detailed instructions on grant payment.
|ICASSP Conference Travel Grant
ICIP Conference Travel Grant
|Travel Grants for Practicing Engineers
Certified Chapter Student Travel Grants
Each SPS Travel Grant application must be accompanied by a recommendation letter from your supervisor or a senior colleague who is familiar with your work. Instructions on how to submit the reference will be given in the confirmation email after submitting an application, and can be passed onto the reference person.
Note for applicants from the same region as where the conference is located, the typical grant support is up to US$500. For applicants from regions other than the conference region, the typical support is up to US$1000. The travel grant selection committee reserves the right to award a different amount than requested.
The following application IDs have been selected for ICASSP 2023 Travel Grant.
The IEEE Signal Processing Society offers limited funding opportunities to practicing engineers who fall within the following categories: Industry (including small and medium enterprises), Industrial research and development, Self-employed, Consultant, or Unemployed young professionals unaffiliated with universities. Applicants who are professors or students at universities will not be considered for this travel support. Practicing engineers who have accepted papers at the requested conference will also not be considered.
The IEEE Signal Processing Society has launched a new benefit for its Certified Chapters offering limited funding opportunities to nominate their SPS Student and Graduate Student Members to receive travel support (up to US$1,000) to attend ICASSP or ICIP.
Does your Certified Chapter have candidates that meet the following criteria: are SPS Student or Graduate Student Members in good standing and are not already receiving travel grant support through the conference student travel grant program? Full details and eligibility criteria can be found on the nomination form linked below.