Student grants and scholarships are funded by leading companies and individuals from across the lithography community. The primary goal of these funding opportunities is to encourage student participation.
Learn more about grants sponsored by companies and the application process below.
Graduate students can apply for the Nick Cobb Memorial Scholarship
Explore the semiconductor industry, meet noteworthy experts, and network with peers.
Student grants cover the full cost of admission, plus a short course.
See below for more details about travel reimbursement
U.S. students can receive up to $500 and international students can receive up to $1,000 to cover travel costs. Travel costs that can be reimbursed include air fare, gas, and/or trains, and also lodging, such as hotel or Airbnb. Students will also be able to choose one short course they'd like to attend onsite, and the registration will be covered by the grant.
*Students must save all receipts to receive reimbursement. If receipts are not kept, no reimbursement will be given.
Sponsoring student grants puts your company in contact with qualified and skilled professionals, as well as shows your company's support of the growing semiconductor industry. For more information about contributing to the student grant program, download the sponsorship flyer below and email the Conference Program Coordinator, Josephine Hegeberg, for more information.
The Nick Cobb Memorial Scholarship supports the education of a graduate student studying in a field related to advanced lithography. This scholarship will be awarded to one student annually for three years (2022, 2023, 2024) at an amount of $US 10,000 per year, plus travel support paid for by Siemens EDA. Although the application deadline has passed for this year, please watch for the application process to open again in April 2024.
Awards can boost resumes and launch indiviuals' professional trajectories, especialy students and early career professionals. If you know about research that is deserving recognition, be sure to share information about SPIE awards at Advanced Lithography + Patterning so researchers can submit their work.
Students are encouraged to review available courses at SPIE Advanced Lithography + Patterning.
Recipients of the student grants will be able to select a short course of their choosing to be included with their registration.