The 22nd IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols
October 21-24, 2014          The Research Triangle, North Carolina


Organizing Committee

Student Travel Grants


Technical Program

PhD Forum




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Call for Workshops
Call for Papers
Call for Posters
Camera Ready Instructions
Submission Instructions

Dear potential ICNP 2014 attendees,

The organizing committee of the 22nd IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP) is pleased to announce the availability of travel grants to selected students from the U.S. institutions to attend the conference to be held in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina, during the week of October 21-24, 2014. It will help partially cover the cost of the student's travel, lodging, and registration fees.

We will give preference to students who will present a regular paper. Workshop paper authors, Poster authors, PhD Forum attendants, or those who submitted to ICNP but did not have their paper accepted, are also encouraged to apply. We further encourage applications from women, underrepresented minorities, and other under-represented groups of students. Note that awardees will need to pay for their expenses ahead of time and get reimbursed after the conference.

Student applicants should submit their applications by Tuesday, September 16th, 2014. We plan to announce the awards by Friday, September 19th, 2014. Applicants should follow the following link to apply:

The student should provide his/her CV, an application letter, and the advisor's recommendation letter in a single PDF file.

The student's application letter should indicate:

  1. the academic status of the student;
  2. whether the applicant is an author of a regular paper, a workshop paper, a PhD Forum paper, or a poster; whether s/he is a PhD forum attendant; and whether s/he submitted a paper to ICNP but did not get accepted;
  3. how s/he would benefit from attending ICNP, including which areas in the ICNP program would impact the student's research;
  4. a brief summary of research interests and accomplishments.

The advisor's recommendation letter should describe:

  1. the applicant's academic standing in the institution;
  2. discuss why and how the applicant would benefit from attending ICNP; and
  3. explain why the applicant is in need of the travel grant.
ICNP 2014 Organizing Committee