Automated and Analytical Management Group: Student Bursaries

Royal Society of Chemistry


Grant amount: Unspecified amount

Deadline: Rolling

Applicant type: Undergraduate Student Graduate Student

Funding uses: Research

Membership: Applicants must be a member of this organization to apply. Become a member.

Location of project: Anywhere in the world

Location of residency: Anywhere in the world

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Overview:

Royal Society of Chemistry - Automation and Analytical Management Group

The Automation and Analytical Management Group is one of the RSC's many Interest Groups. The Interest Groups are member driven groups which exist to benefit RSC members, and the wider chemical science community, in line with the RSC's strategy and charter.


The primary objective of the Group is to extend the knowledge, understanding and application of all aspects of automated analytical and process chemistry. This includes the use of information technology to acquire and manage analytical data, to administer laboratory operations and to process and store derived management information.

The role of the Group is to provide a forum for the discussion of those aspects of analytical methodology which use, or could usefully benefit from, automation to:

  • control the analytical process
  • convert the data produced into meaningful information
  • manage its subsequent storage or transmission to the point of use.  
The scope of these activities covers both laboratory and process applications.

AAMG Student Bursaries

This award is given to students to provide them with financial assistance, for them to attend the groups scientific meetings. This is normally given on request and availability is published on all of the groups meeting brochures.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.

Eligibility:

  • Must be a student member of the  Automation and Analytical Management Group.

You must be a member of this organization to apply for this award - become a member. Must be a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and a student member of the Automation and Analytical Management Group.