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NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences Active Funding Opportunities

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 DOE Scholars Program

Calls for Applications / Undergraduate students, Graduate students, Institutions and Programs
The DOE Scholars Program introduces students and recent college graduates to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) mission and operations.

Why should I apply?
Being selected as a DOE Scholar offers the following benefits:
• Stipends starting at \$600 per week for undergraduates and $650 per week for graduate students and post graduates during the internship period
• Limited travel reimbursement to/from assigned location
• Direct exposure to and participation in projects and activities in … [Read More]

Date Posted: Oct 23, 2018
Deadline: Dec 17, 2018

 Organizing the 2020 AMS Short Course

Calls for Proposals / Mathematical scientists/faculty, Institutions and Programs
The AMS Short Course Subcommittee (SHORTCOURS) invites submissions of preliminary proposals for Short Courses to be offered in coordination with the 2020 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Denver, Colorado. Members of the mathematical community are also welcome to suggest names of colleagues who are potential organizers.

A short course typically incorporates a sequence of survey lectures and other activities focused on a single theme of applied mathematics during the two days immediately … [Read More]

Date Posted: Jul 03, 2018
Deadline: Dec 18, 2018

 Short and long term funding for the Thematic Program on Teichmüller Theory and its Connections to Geometry, Topology and Dynamics

Calls for Applications / Graduate students, Postdocs/early career, Mathematical scientists/faculty, Institutions and Programs
The Fields Institute is currently seeking funding applications from people interested in joining us for the Thematic Program on Teichmüller Theory and its Connections to Geometry, Topology and Dynamics (July 1 to December 31, 2018) in Toronto, Canada. Program details and links to funding applications can be found here: .

Program Outline

From its classical roots in complex analysis in the early twentieth century, Teichmuller … [Read More]

Date Posted: Jan 01, 2018
Deadline: Dec 31, 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

 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

 REU in Uzbekistan

Calls for Applications / Undergraduate students
The International Research Experience for Students in Uzbekistan is a National Science Foundation funded program that gives U.S. students summer research experience in Uzbekistan, the birthplace of algebra, under the mentorship of world-renowned mathematicians Shavkat Alimov, Shavkat Ayupov, and Utkir Rozikov. The students will spend nine weeks at the Institute of Mathematics of the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences conducting research.

Date Posted: Oct 21, 2018
Deadline: Jan 15, 2019

 AWM Essay Contest

Prizes or Awards / High school students and teachers, Undergraduate students
To increase awareness of women’s ongoing contributions to the mathematical sciences, AWM and Math for America are cosponsoring an essay contest for biographies of contemporary women mathematicians and statisticians in academic, industrial, and government careers. Each essay will be based primarily on an interview with a woman currently working in a mathematical sciences-based career. This contest is open to students in the following categories: Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, and College … [Read More]

Date Posted: Oct 01, 2018
Deadline: Jan 31, 2019

 Simons Foundation Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians

Grants / Mathematical scientists/faculty
The Simons Foundation invites applications for Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians (US$8,400 per year for five years).

Date Posted: Oct 30, 2018
Deadline: Jan 31, 2019

 CAIMS/PIMS Early Career Award

Prizes or Awards / Postdocs/early career, Mathematical scientists/faculty
The Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society (CAIMS) and the Pacific Institute for Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) sponsor the Early Career Award in Applied Mathematics to recognize exceptional research in applied mathematics, interpreted broadly, by a researcher fewer than ten years past earning a PhD. The nominee's research should have been conducted primarily in Canada or in affiliation with a Canadian university.

Date Posted: Oct 30, 2018
Deadline: Jan 31, 2019

 Carol Lee Price Scholarship

Scholarships / Undergraduate students, Graduate students
The Carol Lee Price MA Scholarship in Logic and
Philosophy of Mathematics:
Applicants shall have obtained a BA in Philosophy with high
distinction and at least 21 credits (7 courses), or the equivalent
in the country of origin, in Mathematics, or a BA in Mathematics
with high distinction and at least 21 credits, or the equivalent in
their country of origin, in Philosophy. Acceptable research area
topics for the MA are Logic, History and Philosophy of Logic, or
Philosophy of Mathematics.

Date Posted: Sep 01, 2018
Deadline: Feb 01, 2019

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