Travel Award 2019
We are inviting applications for one Travel Award for postdoctoral fellows or PhD students to attend an international conference of their choice in 2019. The Award will consist of 800 Swiss Francs and an Award Certificate. The applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee presided by the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Dr. Ockie Bosch.
- Abstract of their work;
- Curriculum Vitae, including a complete list of publications;
- Justification letter;
- Letter of support from their mentor;
- Letter of acceptance from the conference organizers;
- Proof of the conference registration.
General requirements are that all candidates should be:
- PhD students or postdoctoral fellows with less than 5 years’ experience post-PhD, and their research areas must be in systems science, systems engineering, or systems-related fields;
- They must present their own, original work as an oral presentation (or poster) at the conference for which the travel award application is being made.
Please send your applications online by 20 April 2019. The winner will be announced by the end of May 2019.
Prof. Dr. Ockie Bosch
Travel Award 2018
As Editor-in-Chief of Systems, on behalf of the Evaluation Committee, I am pleased to announce that the winner of the Systems 2018 Travel Award is Ms. Erin S. Kenzie, a PhD student at Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA, who will be supported with 800 Swiss Francs towards her travel expenses to attend the 36th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, to be held in Reykjavík, Iceland, 6-10 August 2018.
Ms. Erin S. Kenzie is a PhD candidate in Systems Science at Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA. Her research is in systems modeling, social science research methods, and urban studies. Ms. Erin S. Kenzie has been studying system dynamics for more than ten years. Her papers “Presenting interactive causal-loop diagrams in Kumu: Lessons from a concussion recovery model” and “Computational Model for
Traumatic Brain Injury” have been accepted to the 36th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society.
This was a difficult decision with such high quality applications for the award, and we would like to thank all applicants for submitting their diverse and thought-provoking presentations. We would also like to deliver our great thanks to the Evaluation Committee members for their comprehensive evaluation of the candidates.
Prof. Dr. Ockie Bosch