Sun 22 - Fri 27 October 2023 Cascais, Portugal

SIGPLAN Travel Grants

The SIGPLAN Professional Activities Committee (PAC) offers a number of grants to help students and SIGPLAN members attend SIGPLAN-sponsored events:

The deadline to apply for these grants is typically four weeks before the early registration deadline.

Student Volunteers

The SPLASH Student Volunteers get the opportunity to work with the SPLASH organizing committees and other students around the world and be a part of this premier event. Student volunteers play an important role in ensuring the smooth running of the conference events by performing several crucial tasks such as: assisting with registration, providing information about the conference to attendees, assisting session organizers, monitoring sessions, managing videos from participants, maintaining Slack channels for the event, etc. In return for their efforts, student volunteers receive:

  • Access to all workshops, tutorials and the main conference.
  • Daily lunches and coffee breaks.
  • Access to all social events.

More information to be provided soon.

Programming Languages Mentoring Workshop

The SPLASH Programming Languages Mentoring Workshop provides mentoring sessions on how to prepare for and thrive in graduate school and in a research career, focusing both on cutting-edge research topics and practical advice. It aims to show students the many paths that they might take to enter and contribute to our research community.

Students interested in funding to attend should complete the short application linked here. Student funding for PLMW operates on a reimbursement model: applicants selected for support will have a portion of their travel expenses reimbursed by PLMW after the conference. PLMW highly encourages applicants from first time conference attendees and members of underrepresented groups in computing.

PLMW attendees will receive free registration and lunch during the main SPLASH conference.

Funding Application Deadline: 24 July 2023 AOE

Student Research Competition

The ACM Student Research Competition is an event where undergraduate and graduate students present their original research before a panel of judges and conference attendees. ACM and our industrial partners provide financial support for students attending the SRC.

The top three graduate and the top three undergraduate winners will receive prizes of $500, $300, and $200, respectively.

Abstract Submission Deadline: 14 July 2023 AOE

More information to be provided soon.