Registration will open on 6 January
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Students (master students and doctoral students): You must submit a letter from your supervisor validating your status when you register online. This rate does not apply to post-doctoral fellows.
Registration fees for delegates include:
Access to all Sessions
Access to the Exhibition Area
Welcome Reception on the evening of 12 July
Coffee Breaks and Lunches as per programme
Three separate bursary schemes are available to significantly reduce the cost of the conference. You may apply to all three schemes, but will not be awarded more than one.
The RSC bursaries will look to provide £220 toward registration costs. The British Zeolite Association bursaries will be up to £500 for an oral presentation, up to £250 for a poster presentation and up to £100 for attendance only.
Further details available at:
The deadline for applying for both of these is the 31st January 2020. The process for applying for bursaries is separate from the abstract submission, though the deadline for both bursaries is the same, and each organisation will administer the selection process independently.
FEZA is also offering up to 10 student grants for students presenting their work at FEZA2020 paying the student fee. Full details on how to apply including the application form are available on the FEZA webpage here.
The deadline for this application is the 23rd of March 2020 and grant winners will be notified on the 31st of March 2020.
Each organisation will administer the selection process independently.