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ICORR 2005
IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics
Frontiers of the Human-Machine Interface
June 28 - July 1, 2005
Chicago,  Illinois

Travel Award Information

ICORR 2005 Travel Award Recipients


This section refers to ALL award categories.

Awardees will be notified in April 2005 and will receive a check for the appropriate amount upon arrival to the conference. Each awardee is still responsible for their own registration fee. Please be advised early registration ends April 15, 2005.

Consumer Travel Awards

A limited number of travel awards are also available for consumers of rehabilitation robotics technology (e.g. individuals with neurological disabilities who are not researchers). Each award will be $1000. To apply, by online submission*, individuals need to submit a letter describing how they are a consumer of rehabilitation robotics technology and why they wish to attend the conference. Here are examples of this letter.

Student Travel Awards

Graduate students and post-doctoral fellows can apply for a limited number of travel awards to help support the cost of attending ICORR 2005. North American travel awards will be $1000 and International (i.e. outside of the U.S. and Canada) travel awards will be $1500. Only students and post-doctoral fellows that submit a paper for presentation at ICORR 2005 as first author will be considered for travel awards.

The Awards Committee strongly encourages women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities to apply for the travel awards - as funds have been set aside to increase participation of underrepresented groups at the conference.

To apply, please select the travel award category when submitting your paper through online submission *. At the end of your paper, you need to append a letter from your graduate/post-doctoral advisor indicating that you are a graduate student or post-doctoral fellow. The letter also needs to verify that you qualify for female, minority, and/or disability status, if appropriate. Here are examples of this letter.

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