The organization offers a limited number of grants for students despite the conference limited budget. Grants may cover the registration fee, either completely or partially, and exceptionally some extra support. Cases will be studied on an individual basis.

Should you wish to apply for a grant, please send an email before March 15, 2017 to stating your name, affiliation, justification for the grant request, and any other details that you consider relevant to your application. Please, also attach a brief cv (including a list of publications) and a reference letter from your advisor.

Applicants should receive a reply via email within April 1, 2017. In this email, approved grant applicants will find the detailed steps to register as a grant holder. Applicants who are denied will have to follow the standard registration procedure.
University of Granada Institute Carlos I for Theoretical and Computational Physics Ministry for Economy, Industry and Competitiviness European Physical Society Departament of Electromagnetism and Physics of Materials