American Institute of Mathematics WorkshopsSeptember 27, 2007
The American Institute of Mathematics (AIM), is one of seven NSF-funded mathematics institutes in the US. Located in Palo Alto, California, AIM has been hosting fully-funded, week-long workshops in all areas of mathematics since 2002.
Key points are:
- AIM runs focused workshops for groups of 32 with the goal of establishing new collaborations. We encourage participation from junior mathematicians, women, under-represented minorities, and mathematicians from undergraduate institutions. All participants are fully funded. Upcoming workshops can be found at http://www.aimath.org/research.
- Proposals for new workshops, to begin after June 2008, should be submitted by Nov. 1, 2007. See http://www.aimath.org/research or contact us at: email@example.com.
- Some upcoming workshops are:
The practice and theory of stochastic simulation, Jonathan Mattingly and Eric Vanden-Eijnden (October 22, 2007 - October 26, 2007)
Nonlinear PDE of mixed type arising in mechanics, Gui-Qiang Chen, Tai-Ping Liu, Richard Schoen, and Marshall Slemrod (March 17, 2008 - March 21, 2008)
Percolation on transitive graphs, Gabor Pete and Mark Sapir (May 5, 2008 - May 9, 2008)
Ferroelectric phenomena in soft matter systems, Maria-Carme Calderer and Jie Shen (May 12, 2008 - May 16, 2008)
---Brian Conrey, Steve G. Krantz, Leslie Hogben, and David Farmer Directors of AIM