Travel grant IYNC2020

These travel grants are designed to support students and young professionals attending IYNC2020. Given the theme this year, ‘Diversity in Nuclear’, ensuring the conference is accessible to a diverse range of delegates is of particular importance.

To apply, please use https://iync2020.org/index.php/grant-opportunities/.
Travel grant application open on 1st September 2019.

Your CV/resume and a letter of recommendation are encouraged, although not required.

Travel grant applications for IYNC2020 are due on 1 October 2019. Successful applicants will be notified in mid-October.

Grant recipients will be required to provide evidence of conference registration, flights and accommodation bookings in advance of the conference to confirm attendance.

Eligible travel expenses for reimbursement include flights, accommodation, and registration and reimbursement up to US$1000 will be provided after the IYNC2020 conference once receipts are submitted.

For any questions regarding the IYNC2020 Travel Grants, please contact grants@iync.org.

IYNC Grant Types

IYNC offers five types of grants:

Regional Event Grant

IYNC contribution – up to $5,000

IYNC aims to support the following regional events (in between IYNC Congresses):
(All figures in US Dollars)

  • Europe (with ENS YGN – up to $5,000)
  • North America (with NAYGN – up to $5,000)
  • South America (up to $5,000)
  • Asia (up to $5,000)
  • Africa (up to $5,000)

IYNC puts its logo on a sponsored regional event. The event is to be advertised as being organized in cooperation with IYNC. President or an IYNC network officer is to speak during the sponsored event if practical.

Application must be completed at least 2 months in advance of the event schedule date. A financial report of the event is required as condition for the grant. This should be submitted maximum 2 weeks after the event. Receipts may be requested. The grants committee strongly encourage writing also a small article for the IYNC bulletin or newsletter after the event to share your initiative.


National Network Start-up Grant

IYNC contribution – up to $3,000

This type of grant supports national network creation initiatives from YG representatives of a country without an active nuclear YG Network (start a new YGN or re-active a “dormient” YGN). Short market research report and business plan for network creation are needed to support the project proposal. Guidelines on preparing a business plan and short market research are available for download.

A project proposal should envisage partnering with one or more existing successful YG networks from other countries to provide mentoring to the start-up. This is to ensure that an advice on the best practices and lessons learned is available to the group creating a new network. At least 80% of the grant should be spent in the country where the new network is being created. Up to 20% can be spent on the partnering network.

Support of the national Nuclear Society or/and other nuclear organizations and/or individual prominent figures in the national nuclear industry is required for this type of the projects, to be highlighted by providing supporting recommendation letters.
Contributions from other sources to the project costs are welcome and increase project’s chances to win an IYNC grant.

Application must be completed at least 2 months in advance of the event schedule date.



National Project Grant

IYNC contribution equals to contribution from other sources but should not exceed $5,000

A project of this type should be proposed by a national YG network and should make a significant contribution to achievement of IYNC goals at the national level.

The proposers are encouraged to include an element of partnering with an YG network from another country to provide transfer of experience from the outside. At least 80% of the grant should be spent in the country which intends to implement the National Project. Up to 20% can be spent on the partnering network.

Support of the national Nuclear Society or/and other nuclear organizations and/or individual prominent figures in the national nuclear industry is desirable for this type of the projects.
Contributions from other sources are encouraged for a National Project proposal to be awarded support by IYNC. IYNC grant will be equal to contribution from other sources but will not exceed $5,000.

Application must be completed at least 2 months in advance of the event schedule date. A financial report of the event is required as condition for the grant. This should be submitted maximum 2 weeks after the event. Receipts may be requested. The grants committee strongly encourage writing also a small article for the IYNC bulletin or newsletter after the event to share your initiative.


International Project Grant

IYNC contribution equals to contribution from other sources but should not exceed $7,500

A project of this type should be proposed by three or more national YG networks and should make a significant contribution to achievement of IYNC goals at the international level.

Support of the national Nuclear Societies or/and other nuclear organizations and/or individual prominent figures in the national nuclear industry is desirable for this type of the projects.
Contributions from other sources are encouraged for an International Project proposal to be awarded support by IYNC. IYNC grant will be equal to contribution from other sources but will not exceed $7,500

Application must be completed at least 2 months in advance of the event schedule date. A financial report of the event is required as condition for the grant. This should be submitted maximum 2 weeks after the event. Receipts may be requested. The grants committee strongly encourage writing also a small article for the IYNC bulletin or newsletter after the event to share your initiative.


Travel Grant

These travel grants are designed to support students and young professionals attending IYNC2020. Given the theme this year, ‘Diversity in Nuclear’, ensuring the conference is accessible to a diverse range of delegates is of particular importance.

To apply, please use https://iync2020.org/index.php/grant-opportunities/.

Your CV/resume and a letter of recommendation are encouraged, although not required.

Travel grant applications for IYNC2020 are due on 1 October 2019. Successful applicants will be notified in mid-October.

Grant recipients will be required to provide evidence of conference registration, flights and accommodation bookings in advance of the conference to confirm attendance.

Eligible travel expenses for reimbursement include flights, accommodation, and registration and reimbursement up to US$1000 will be provided after the IYNC2020 conference once receipts are submitted.

For any questions regarding the IYNC2020 Travel Grants, please contact grants@iync.org.
 

Members of the committee

Name Country Position
Fidelma Di Lemma Italy Grants Secretary
Luca Capriotti USA/Italy IYNC VP
Sungyeol Chois South Korea NR
Domenica Dalvi Brazil NR
Pamela Kageliza Kenya NR
Lavinia Raganelli UK/Austria/Italy IYNC MAL
Mayank Sood Canada NR
Zhang Zhang China IYNC MAL

Grants history

Below you can find the history of IYNC grants that were granted to help fund various programs and events in the past.

Year Country Event Grant type
2017 Italy AIN-Young Generation Network Start-up
2017 3 participants ENYGF 2017, Manchester Travel
2017 Kenya African Nuclear Youth Summit Regional event
2016 10 participants IYNC2016, Hangzhou, China Travel
2015 9 participants IYNC BoD mid-term meeting, Paris, France Travel
2015 France Nuclear for Climate Initiative, COP21, France International project
2015 Germany Annual Meeting of Young Professionals, Germany Regional Event
2015 France ENYGF2015, Paris, France Regional Event
2014 10 participants IYNC2014, Burgos, Spain Travel
2013 4 participants IYNC BoD mid-term meeting, Stockholm, Sweden Travel
2013 Sweden ENYGF2013, Stockholm, Sweden Regional Event
2012 10 participants IYNC2012, Charlotte, NC, USA Travel
2011 Slovenia The Student Arena National project
2011 Netherlands Trip to Chernobyl International project
2011 Czech Republic ENYGF2011, Prague, Czech Republic Regional Event
2010 10 participants IYNC2010, Capetown, South Africa Travel
2009 Spain ENYGF2009, Cordoba, Spain Regional event
2009 USA ANS YPC2009 National project
2008 Switzerland IYNC2008, Interlaken, Switzerland International project
2008 4 participants IYNC2008, Interlaken, Switzerland Travel