Over the years our conference has benefited from various awards and travel grants. This page has been set up to acknowledge these past awards and the associated generosity for which we are very grateful. We welcome support from other sources that could continue this legacy of enabling attendance at Computing in Cardiology. Please contact email@example.com if you or your organization would be interested.
Computing in Cardiology is very grateful for the Mortara Fellowships, funded from 2014-19 originally by Mortara Instruments and later Welch Allyn, Inc. The goal of these fellowships was to enable young presenters to continue to participate in the CinC meeting when travel costs might otherwise have limited abstract submission and attendance. The Fellowships were intended to offset up to $2000 of the cost of attending CinC for successful applicants meeting a number of requirements (e.g. aged 32 years or younger, did not reside in the country of that year’s conference, previously presented their work at CinC). The awards were designed for researchers presenting papers on the topics of ECG or Patient Monitoring. The following investigators availed of this greatly appreciated support:
Saúl Palacios(Spain), Flavio Palmieri (Spain), Beatrice De Maria (Italy), Syed Hassaan Ahmed Bukhari (Spain)
Vlasta Bari (Italy), Erick Andres Perez Alday (USA), Javier Milagro (Spain), Spyridon Kontaxis (Spain)
|2017||Angela Agostinelli (Ancona, Italy), Nuria Ortigosa (Valencia), Faezeh Marzbanrad (Victoria, Australia)|
|2016||Alba Martin (Milan), Julia Ramirez (Zaragoza), Gustavo Lenis (Karlsruhe), Axel Loewe (Karlsruhe)|
|2015||Muammar Kabir (USA)|
|2014||Martin Rauber (Ljubljana), Valeria Villani (Rome), Miguel Rodrigo (Valencia), Klaudia Proniewska (Krakow), Gaetano Valenza (Pisa)|
A*STAR-STB Travel Award (CinC 2019- Singapore)
Aligned with the CinC 2019 conference the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore – Singapore Tourism Board (STB) Travel Grant was offered to support eligible early career researchers attending CinC 2019. Grants of SGD$500 (approx. USD$365) were awarded to support the attendance of successful applicants who were less than 5 years post conferment of their PhD and were attending from outside of Singapore. A number of grants were awarded with priority given to the quality of the conference submissions made by the respective candidates. was given to researchers who’s conference submissions were deemed to be of sufficient high quality.