Thanks to generous funding from the NSF, the GENI project office and Boston University are happy to announce that we can now fund, at a modest level, travel expenses for future internet experimental researchers to visit and work with peer collaborators abroad. Research collaborations must be in the future internet area, and we can only provide funds for researchers and students who are currently affiliated with US colleges and universities, and who are actively working on or using NSF-funded future internet research infrastructure, such as GENI, Chameleon, CloudLab, POWDER, or COSMOS. Collaborators abroad must be in GEFI-participant countries. For additional information, please see https://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/InternationalCollaborationGrants or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are accepting proposals now, and we will continue to accept proposals so long as funding is available. We anticipate that all funds will be expended by Summer 2019, so don’t delay.