The European Test Symposium (ETS) with support from the IEEE Computer Society offers a grant program aiming at promoting the participation of PhD students to the ETS’21 symposium and Test Spring School (TSS) as well as to the ETS’21 workshops. Students will have the opportunity to learn about breakthroughs and open issues in electronic testing and interact online with experts.
There are 5 free registrations available for ETS/TSS’21 combined and 10 free registrations for the ETS’21 workshops.
Interested students must send a mail to email@example.com before they register, indicating their interest in such participation grant. The mail must append a recommendation of a professor from the student’s university, confirming that they are a registered PhD student active in the field of electronic testing.
Criteria for grant selection are the financial need of the student as documented by the professor and the relevance of the ETS’21 participation for the student’s further academic career as presented in the e-mail. Students who are an author at ETS’21 are excluded from the grant program.
Applying students will receive an answer by e-mail whether they receive a grant or not, so that they can register afterwards. Applications will be processed in the order received, until all available grants have been assigned.