I received a few invitations to conferences on physics. In Australia, in Japan, in France, and others. I am finishing graduate school. But how can I take part in these conferences, if I need 1,000 Euros for participation in Sweden and I also need to get there? Are there are funds to promote?

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    Please fix your caps key and title.
    – Solar Mike
    May 13, 2019 at 4:16
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    I would discuss with your advisor -- some conferences are well worth attending and your advisor may be able to help you find funds. Others are predatory. But we don't match people to funding sources here.
    – cag51
    May 13, 2019 at 4:17
  • What facilities are you considering taking?
    – Solar Mike
    May 13, 2019 at 4:36

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Ask your advisor, who's likely to know more than anyone here. It's possible that the university/department allocates some funding for graduate students to attend conferences, in which case you would qualify. It's possible that the professor has a grant that provides such a component, and he's willing to fund you. Finally, it's possible that the conference itself provides some funds for people who need travel support.

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