For Immediate Release – February 2017
Applications open for annual travel bursary for students pursuing studies in thermal conductivity analysis wishing to participate in NATAS or ITCC.
Adam Harris, Managing Director for C-Therm Technologies Ltd. announced a call for applications for the annual travel bursary for students pursuing work in the field of thermal conductivity analysis. Harris commented, “it is important to financially support our emerging scientists in the field of thermal conductivity analysis in providing them opportunities to network and share their work.”
The program is open to all Master or PhD students affiliated with an accredited post-secondary institution. The travel bursaries provide up to $1,200 in travel reimbursement to those approved, capped at 75% of costs. Eligible costs include conference registration, air fare, mileage, hotel and meals. Students must be presenting a paper, poster or leading a technical discussion on their work in thermal conductivity analysis to be eligible for the program. The program allows for flexibility in the selection of the student’s desired conference, with strongest consideration given to those pursuing participation in the International Thermal Conductivity Conference (ITCC) or the North American Thermal Analysis Society (NATAS) annual meetings.
The work presented should be focused on thermal conductivity analysis or incorporate it as a key component to the topic matter discussed. Preference is given to those specifically working in advancing applications of the modified transient plane source method for thermal conductivity analysis.Interested applicants can submit their application via email to email@example.com. Applications should include:
- Statement of interest from applicant
- Abstract of work to be presented
- Travel budget
- Letter of support from a faculty member or manager supervising the research
Any financial support is dependent on C-Therm’s prior written approval and C-Therm reserves the right to revoke sponsorship for non-performance of duties or any behaviour reflecting poorly on the organization. Recognition of C-Therm’s contribution in sponsoring presentation of the work is to be made with placement of the C-Therm Logo in presentation or otherwise referenced.
Established in 2007, C-Therm Technologies Ltd., located in Frederiction New Brunswick, Canada, provides non-destructive, thermal sensor technology solutions for R&D, production and quality control applications. The patented platform technology delivers fast, accurate measurement of thermal conductivity and thermal effusivity in seconds.
Trident Thermal Conductivity Analyzer is C-Therm’s flagship product offer the non-destructive thermal characterization testing for dozens of applications.