The 11th Coronal Loops Workshop are pleased to announce National Science Foundation (NSF) funded travel grants to help cover travel and accommodation expenses for students and early career post-docs from different institutions across the US. Those who demonstrate financial need and are from under-represented groups in solar physics will be prioritized.

The Workshop aims to broaden participation with this travel support, and recipients will have the unique experience of touring several of the solar telescopes (GREGOR, THEMIS) at the Teide Observatory on Monday 24th June.

To apply for NSF travel support or request further information, please send an e-mail to  cjohn44@gmu.edu and CC  clw11@iac.es  with the Subject including "[NSF support]", by 15 April 2024 when applications will close. Selections will be made by 22 April 2024.

In your application email please provide: career stage, institution, conference abstract, type of presentation you intend to give, budgetary breakdown (e.g. flights and lodging) that includes existing conference travel support from your institution and/or relevant grants, and a one-paragraph justification for funding. Students and early career post-docs from under-represented groups in solar physics are strongly encouraged to apply. The expected maximum award is $3,000 per participant. 

Recipients of the travel grants must: