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NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences Active Funding Opportunities

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 Graduate Student Travel Grants-JMM 2019

Grants / Graduate students
The AMS, with funding from a private gift, will be accepting applications for partial travel support for graduate students attending the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Baltimore, Maryland, January 16-19, 2019. The awards, not to exceed US$500, will ideally be matched by travel funds from the student's institution, but this is not a strict requirement.

Applications will be accepted ONLY from doctoral students in mathematics who are in their last year of study; i.e., applicants must not … [Read More]


Date Posted: Aug 13, 2018
Deadline: Sep 25, 2018

 Proposals for conferences in K-theory and related subjects

Calls for Proposals / Mathematical scientists/faculty, Institutions and Programs
The K-theory Foundation intends to use some of its funds each year to help support conferences, workshops, and summer/winter schools in K-theory and related areas (such as algebraic cycles, motivic homotopy theory, cyclic homology, index theory, etc.). Funding decisions will be made in January, and will depend on the quality of proposals received. Grant amounts will generally not exceed $10,000.

Date Posted: Aug 02, 2018
Deadline: Jan 01, 2019

 Call for Nominations for Clay Research Fellowships

Fellowships / Mathematical scientists/faculty
The Clay Mathematics Institute solicits nominations annually for Clay Research Fellowships. Clay Research Fellows are selected for their research achievements and their potential to become leaders in research mathematics. All are recent PhD's, and most are selected as they complete their thesis work. Terms range from one to five years, with most given in the upper range of this interval. Fellows are employed by the Clay Mathematics Institute, which is a U.S. charitable foundation, but may … [Read More]

Date Posted: Aug 01, 2018
Deadline: Nov 16, 2018

 The Joan and Joseph Birman Fellowship for Women Scholars

Fellowships / Mathematical scientists/faculty
The Joan and Joseph Birman Fellowship for Women Scholars is a mid-career research fellowship specially designed to fit the unique needs of women. The fellowship seeks to address the paucity of women at the highest levels of research in mathematics by giving exceptionally talented women extra research support during their mid-career years. This fellowship program, established in 2017, is made possible by a generous gift from Joan and Joseph Birman.

Date Posted: Aug 01, 2018
Deadline: Dec 01, 2018

 AAUW Fellowships and Grants

Fellowships / Undergraduate students, Graduate students, Postdocs/early career, Mathematical scientists/faculty
The American Association of University Women has programs for supporting women students and scholars at various stages of their careers: American Fellowships, Career Development Grants, International Fellowships, and Selected Professions Fellowships. The latter fellowships support women students in areas in which women’s participation has traditionally been low, including computer/information sciences and mathematics/statistics.

Date Posted: Aug 01, 2018
Deadline: Jan 10, 2019

 Research Memberships

Calls for Applications / Postdocs/early career, Mathematical scientists/faculty
MSRI awards Research Memberships at the January meeting of its Scientific Advisory Committee.These positions are reserved for researchers who will be in residence for at least 30 consecutive days and preference will be given to those who can attend for longer periods. It is expected that Research Members will visit MSRI with partial support from other sources. Applicants for Research Membership who require some living or travel support should indicate that in the MathJobs application.

The … [Read More]


Date Posted: Aug 01, 2018
Deadline: Dec 01, 2018

 Postdoctoral Fellowships

Fellowships / Postdocs/early career
For 2019-20, MSRI will appoint 6-10 Postdoctoral Fellowships to each of the programs. Fellowship applications are reviewed by program organizers and the Human Resources Advisory Committee, who recommend finalists to the Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) for approval at its January meeting. Awards will be announced by early February.

Support: These awards provide support for five months. The fellowship stipend is currently \$6,000 per month, with a travel subsidy for one round-trip from … [Read More]


Date Posted: Aug 01, 2018
Deadline: Dec 01, 2018

 Memberships

Fellowships / Postdocs/early career, Mathematical scientists/faculty, Institutions and Programs
The School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study welcomes applications from mathematicians and theoretical computer scientists at the post-doctoral and mid-to-senior career levels, and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities. Stipends, on-campus housing, and other resources are available for periods of 4-11 months for individual researchers in all mathematical subject areas. Successful candidates will be free to devote themselves full-time to research. The … [Read More]

Date Posted: Aug 01, 2018
Deadline: Dec 01, 2018

 Summer Collaborator

Calls for Proposals / Postdocs/early career, Mathematical scientists/faculty, Institutions and Programs
The School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study invites applications from collaborators who would like to meet during the summer months to further their research project.

We can accommodate small groups (2-5 people) for periods of 2 to 4 weeks and provide a per diem, a modest amount of travel funds, office space, excellent library and computer facilities and local housing. Up to five groups will be selected.

Our campus is located on extensive grounds in Princeton, New … [Read More]


Date Posted: Aug 01, 2018
Deadline: Dec 01, 2018

 Women and Mathematics

Calls for Applications / Undergraduate students, Graduate students, Postdocs/early career, Mathematical scientists/faculty, Institutions and Programs
Topics in Geometric Analysis

May 18, 2019 - May 24, 2019


Uhlenbeck Lecturer: Tatiana Toro, University of Washington

Terng Lecturer: Panagiota Daskalopoulos, Columbia University

Beginning Lecture Course

Tatiana Toro, University of Washington, "Uniform Rectifiability via Perimeter Minimization"

Abstract: Quantitative geometric measure theory has played a fundamental role in the development of harmonic analysis, potential theory and partial differential equations … [Read More]


Date Posted: Aug 01, 2018
Deadline: Feb 17, 2019

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