Scholarships

ASHRAE Energy Modeling Conference Scholarships

IBPSA-USA is pleased to offer up to eight scholarships for students and young professionals to attend the ASHRAE Energy Modeling Conference in Atlanta on September 30 to October 2, 2015. Funding is provided by the U.S Department of Energy. Find conference information at www.ashrae.org.

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Eligibility

  • Recipients must be either

    • a student at a university in the USA during the fall term 2015, or

    • a practicing professional in the energy modeling field, who has graduated from a USA university in 2013 or later.

What’s Covered

  • Conference registration, $350 student, $535 professional

  • Three nights hotel, actual expense up to $550

  • Travel allowance for airfare and ground transportation (train or shuttle), actual expense up to $400

How to Apply

  • You will be asked to provide:

    • Title of your conference presentation or paper (if applicable)

    • A letter describing your background and motivation for attending the conference (up to one page)

    • Contact information for a faculty sponsor or employer

How Applications Will Be Evaluated

  • Students will receive priority

  • Applicants presenting at the conference will receive priority

  • Compelling letters will receive priority

  • Earlier application submissions will receive priority

  • Faculty sponsors or employers may be contacted to confirm eligibility

What Happens if You Receive an Award

  • Reimbursements will be made after the conference following submission of an expense claim form (available here). Receipts are required. Advance payment will be considered in cases of hardship.

  • Reimbursements will be in the form of a check in US dollars.

Timing

  • July 24, 2015 – Applications due

  • August 7, 2015 – Awards announced

Questions

  • Contact Mike Wilson, Executive Director IBPSA-USA, mike@ibpsa.us

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