The Travel Grant is for women PhD mathematicians to attend meetings or conferences. Application sites open approximately 45 days in advance of the deadline at MathPrograms.org. Annual Deadlines: February 15th, May 15th, and October 1st.
The Ruth I. Michler Memorial Prize honors outstanding women who have recently been promoted to Associate Professor as Research Fellows in the Cornell Mathematics Department. Nominations are due by October 1st annually at MathPrograms.org.
Women in Commutative Algebra II (WICA II) will be held at CIRM Trento, Italy October 16-20, 2023. The main objectives of this workshop are to advance commutative algebra through cutting-edge research, to promote the research of women in commutative algebra, to facilitate collaborative interaction between junior and senior mathematicians, and to provide mentoring for early [...]
The main objectives of this workshop are to advance commutative algebra through cutting-edge research, to promote the research of women in commutative algebra, to facilitate collaborative interaction between junior and senior mathematicians, and to provide mentoring for early career mathematicians. We aim to help cultivate a research network among women commutative algebraists, including those from [...]
In the last decade or so, applied topology and algebraic geometry have come into their own as vibrant areas of applied mathematics. At the same time, ideas and tools from topology and geometry have infiltrated theoretical and computational neuroscience. This kind of mathematics has shown itself to be a natural and useful language not only [...]
The GROW 2023 conference is aimed at women (cisgender, transgender, or woman-identified) and nonbinary undergraduates considering graduate school in the mathematical sciences. Through talks, panels, and opportunities for conversation and networking, we will explore the tremendous diversity of lives and careers that can be built upon a Ph.D. in these fields. For more information visit [...]
Cracking the neural code is one of the longstanding questions in neuroscience. How does the activity of populations of neurons represent stimuli and perform neural computations? Decades of theoretical and experimental work have provided valuable clues about the principles of neural coding, as well as descriptive understandings of various neural codes. This raises a number [...]
The 19th Prairie Analysis Seminar will be held on November 3-4, 2023, at the campus of Kansas Sate University in Manhattan, Kansas. This seminar is the nineteenth in a sequence of yearly analysis meetings organized each fall by the Departments of Mathematics at Kansas State University and the University of Kansas. The goal is to [...]
Gender Equity in the Mathematical Sciences (GEMS) of Commutative Algebra will be held November 10 - 12, 2023 at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN. The workshop will consist of three 50-minute plenary talks accompanied by problem sessions and three 20-minute talks by advanced graduate students. All invited speakers are either women or non-binary [...]
Mathematical Opportunities in Digital Twins (MATh-DT) will be held at George Mason University (Arlington Campus) on December 11 - 13, 2023. This workshop brings together key experts working in many aspects of mathematics, key application fields, and industry with the goal to determine the ways in which mathematics can contribute to the research on Digital [...]