We invite young researchers studying in Europe who have not yet received the eCAADe grant, never presented at an eCAADe conference and will not present at eCAADe 2014 in Newcastle to submit their approved PHD proposal and a motivation statement (together 1000 to 1500 words). The PHD has to be in the wide field of computational technologies in research and education for architecture and related profession. You will attend a pre-conference PHD workshop where you will present your work and discuss with experienced colleagues.

The Workshop is most valuable for PHD students in the earlier stages of the work and NOT mainly intended to be a presentation of an already finished PHD. The Workshop 2014 will be held at the eCAADe conference in Newcastle/UK on Tuesday 09/09/2014. The grant consists of a subsidy of 400 Euro to cover your travel expenses when you attend the workshop where you present your work and of a special students registration to attend the conference afterwards.