SEDI 2016


SEDI2016 encourages scientists from all over the world, especially women and those from economically-less developed countries, to attend the meeting and to present their latest results. Limited funds are available to support early career scientists. Any beginning investigator (student, post-doc, junior faculty) is eligible.


Applicants should send their submitted abstract and a brief explanation of their status. Support from two sources is available, one for those based in the USA (funding via the National Science Foundation), and one for those coming from other parts of the world (funding via the IUGG).

For both, applications should be sent to Mike Bergman ( before April 20, with a response by May 8, in time for the early bird registration date of May 15. Please note that funding will consist in reimbursement only, and that this will not happen until after the meeting.

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