Apply for Travel Support
IEEE CAS Student Travel Support
The BioCAS organizers are pleased to announce that there will be a few student travel awards available to partially support the cost of attending the BioCAS 2016 conference, thanks to an Outreach Initiative funded by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society. The amount of financial assistance provided to each student will be based on specifics of the travel involved and cannot exceed a maximum of USD $1,000. Applications for travel support must provide:
- Proof of being an undergraduate or graduate student registered in a university, at the time of the conference
- Proof of being an IEEE CAS member or being an IEEE CAS student member at the time of the conference
- Proof that the paper was accepted at the conference (e.g. email notification from the Technical Program Committee)
If you wish to apply for the travel support, please submit your application to by September 17th, 2016September 22nd, 2016.
IEEE CAS Charles Desoer Life Science Systems Student Attendance Grant
The IEEE CAS Charles Desoer Life Science Systems Student Attendance Grant (Grant) is established to recognize students who have exhibited interest in life science systems to allow attendance at a CAS sponsored conference focusing on life science systems. The Attendance Grant is in honor of Professor Charles A. Desoer, a victim of stroke, who is known for his education of circuit and system theorists and in aid of fostering research on stroke.
Details, Eligibility, and Application Instructions:
- The grant will be awarded to university registered students to cover expenses associated with attendance at BioCAS 2016 (These expenses may include, but are not limited to - registration, transportation, hotel and meals.) The number of awards will be determined after August 30.
- Student winner will be chosen on a competitive basis.
- Applications will be accepted beginning August 15, 2016 with a deadline of August 30, 2016.
- Notification of award by September 10, 2016.
- Presentation of the award will be made at the BioCAS 2016 Awards Ceremony
- To apply for this award, please download the application form here, fill it out and send the completed form to , along with your CV.
Congratulations to the following two students who have been awarded for the Charles Desoer Travel Grants:
- William Tedjo
Paper ID: 9198, Title: An Energy-Autonomous Bio-Sensing System Using a Biofuel Cell and 0.19V 53μW 65nm-CMOS Integrated Supply-Sensing Sensor with a Supply-Insensitive Temperature Sensor and Inductive-Coupling Transmitter
- Atsuki Kobayashi
Paper ID: 9255, Title: Design of an Integrated Microelectrode Array System for High Spatiotemporal Resolution Chemical Imaging