The Elsevier and IMAG scholarship is awarded on an annual basis to a maximum of four students that have either graduated or are post-doctoral researchers.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) November 24, 2013
eReflect, an acclaimed software development company, recently announced its appreciation for and complete support of the Elsevier and IAMG Computers & Geosciences Research Scholarships. These important financial aids are intended for students that wish to pursue a research either at their home university or at a different institute. The eReflect team stated in a recent briefing that such initiatives should be widely applauded because they provide an incentive for students to pursue their interests within the field of computers and geosciences.
The Elsevier and IMAG scholarship is awarded on an annual basis to a maximum of four students that have either graduated or are post-doctoral researchers. As the eReflect team advised, this scholarship is only available for scientists whose research is based on any aspect concerning computer technology or software, or one of the geosciences, such as geology, geography, oceanography, or atmospheric physics.
As the Elsevier official site states this initiative is largely meant to provide an incentive to post-doctoral researchers and graduate students to carry out further research within geoinformatics and geocomputation. The eReflect team noted that any applicant for the scholarship must not only posses a keen interest in conducting the research but several other skills, including the ability to type with speed and accuracy, since computer skills are integral to research conducted in any of these fields.
The research process often tends to be lengthy and requires the researcher to note down key points and recent discoveries on a regular basis. The ability to type faster can allow researchers to enhance their productivity levels with ease, and thereby have more time to conduct the research itself.
The eReflect team pointed out Ultimate Typing, the latest product from eReflect, can help researchers by providing them with keyboard training. On the completion of a two week training program, the product promises that any user will be able to type like a professional.
The team concluded that the scholarship efforts introduced by Elsevier are likely to result in long-term gains within the field of computers and geosciences, because scientists that might otherwise be unable to pursue their scientific goals are now able to further their research with the help of the scholarship.
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