Celebrate the first articles publishing in PeerJ Computer Science – Win a $250 PeerJ Computer Science Travel Grant

Binary subdivision of the world - Eric Fischer CC BY  2.0

Binary subdivision of the world – Into boxes with equal numbers of geotagged tweets Flickr Eric Fischer CC BY 2.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We’re in celebratory mood here at PeerJ. Last week we published the first seven articles in PeerJ Computer Science – another milestone in our publishing history. In case you missed the news head over to PeerJ Computer Science now to read the articles.

Also, today we announced the winners of our PeerJ Travel Grant award. As both winners are researchers in the biological sciences we wanted to ensure the computer science community also benefited from additional funding. We know from our own research that much of the research published in computer science happens at conferences, therefore we have created a $250 PeerJ Computer Science Travel Grant especially for the computer science community enabling you to add additional funding towards any travel to a computer science conference of your choosing.

To be eligible for the $250 PeerJ Computer Science Travel Grant all we ask is that you follow the simple criteria:

  • One $250 PeerJ Computer Science Travel Grant will be awarded to a Twitter follower of @PeerJCompSci. Your tweets must include #PeerJCSTravelGrant and mention which conference you’d like to use the funds for.

Just re-tweet our Tweet about the PeerJ Computer Science Travel Grant and let your friends and colleagues know right away!

The winner will be announced on Wednesday July 1st after the award closes on Tuesday June 30th.

Winners will be chosen at random from @PeerJCompSci Twitter followers and will be chosen by PeerJ Co-founders Jason Hoyt and Peter Binfield. Payments will be arranged individually with the winner of the PeerJ Travel Grants, and the funds must be used for travel to a computer science conference.

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