SoCS 2017

Travel Support

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Colocated Conference

Past SoCS Conferences
2016 Tarrytown, New York, USA
2015 Ein Gedi, Isral
2014 Prague, Czech Republic
2013 Leavenworth, WA
2012 Niagara Falls, Canada
2011 Barcelona, Spain
2010 Atlanta, GA
2009 Lake Arrowhead, CA
2008 Chicago, IL

SoCS 2017: The 10th Annual Symposium on Combinatorial Search

Travel Support

U.S. students: We currently have funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation to fund travel and registration costs for U.S. students and early-career researchers.

To non-U.S. students: Students can apply for travel support by contacting the conference chairs. We are hoping to assign on the order of $500 to each student we can support, but the final amount will depend on the number and strength of applications.

Application (U.S. students):To apply for travel funding, applications should send the following material to Nathan Sturtevant ( by May 7, 2017.

Application (non-U.S. students): To apply for travel funding, please send e-mail to both conference chairs ( and with the title "Application for SoCS17 Non-US student travel funds", with the following information in the body of the e-mail by May 8, 2017:

For the applications of the non-U.S. students, presenters of full papers (long/short) will have highest priority, followed by presenters of extended abstracts / late-breaking posters. We will try to send notifications as soon as possible (possibly by May 10).
SoCS 2017 is a Research Workshop of the Israeli Science Foundation (ISF)