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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

AAMAS 2014 Student Travel Support

We are delighted to announce funding for student travel support. The purpose is to enable graduate 
students to travel and participate in the conference. To be eligible, you must:
          be registered as a full-time student at a higher education institution (e.g. University); AND

          be explicitly listed as an author of a paper accepted for AAMAS-14 (full or extended abstract).

The order of priority for awards is as follows:
          students presenting a full paper accepted at the main conference
          students presenting a paper in the Challenges and Visions track
          students presenting at the doctoral consortium
          students presenting posters at the main conference

 If funds remain, students authors of workshop papers will also be considered. To the extent that 
funds allow, we also hope to support students whose research will benefit from attendance at the 
We anticipate different levels of funding based on geographic location (distance to conference 
venue, underrepresented regions), level of participation, and so on, covering most of the travel 
costs. We particularly encourage student scholarship applications from underrepresented regions. 

 To apply, you are required to complete the Student Scholarship Application Form at
 You will need to provide your participation details for AAMAS-14 as well as a pdf with a scanned 
student ID card certifying you are registered as a full-time student.
 Please note that participation in the student scholarship program carries with it an obligation 
to be a student volunteer during the conference and, in the case of US applicants, to participate 
in the doctoral mentoring consortium .

 Student volunteers are often used to provide support in the various conference rooms in case of 
problems (e.g., projector failure, etc).

 Please submit your application by January 29, 2014 (11:59pm, Hawaii time) via the web form shown 
above. We will notify you of your application decision by February 21 (in case of workshop authors 
March 21).

 Scholarship Co-Chairs
 Kagan Tumer
 Dani Villatoro
 Mathijs de Weerdt