Grants

A limited number of small conference grants towards a reduction in registration fees, courtesy of IFORS and EURO, will be available for young African researchers who plan to present a paper at AFROS 2018. The researchers must provide evidence from their academic institutions that they are currently studying for a PhD and submit an extended abstract of their paper up to 2 pages long, in English, which will be used to select the highest quality applicants for the grants. Applicants must have a relationship with Africa due to birth, study, or employment, and should show a demonstrated need for reduced registration support. Applications must be submitted by the end of April to hatem.masri@gmail.com. Results will be notified to applicants by mid May. Queries about this process should be sent to the conference program chair hatem.masri@gmail.com. For more information please visit http://afros.tdasociety.org