The American Mathematical Society (AMS) invites early-career mathematicians—those who are close to finishing their doctorates or have recently finished— to become part of the Mathematics Research Communities, a professional development program in which the participants develop collaboration skills, build a network focused in an active research domain, and receive mentoring from leaders in that area. This is designed for individuals who are in the period from two years before receiving PhD until five years after completing PhD.
This NSF-supported program includes: Intensive one-week, hands-on summer research conferences for each topic, guidance in career building, special sessions at the AMS-MAA Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM) in the January following the summer conferences, follow-up small-group collaborations, and longer-term opportunities for collaboration and community building among the participants.
2019 MRC Summer Conferences Topics:
Week 1: June 2 – 8, 2019
Geometric Representation Theory and Equivariant Elliptic Cohomology
Dan Berwick-Evans, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Emily Cliff, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Nora Ganter, University of Melbourne; Arnav Tripathy, Harvard University; Josh Wen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Week 2: June 9 – 15, 2019
Stochastic Spatial Models
Shankar Bhamidi. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Gerandy Brito, Georgia Institute of Technology; Michael Damron, Georgia Institute of Technology; Rick Durrett, Duke University; Matthew Junge, Duke University
Week 3: June 16 – 22, 2019
Explicit methods in arithmetic geometry in characteristic p
Renee Bell, University of Pennsylvania; Julia Hartmann, University of Pennsylvania; Valentijn Karemaker, University of Pennsylvania; Padmavathi Srinivasan, Georgia Institute of Technology; Isabel Vogt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The application portal is now open, and will close on February 15, 2019. Apply at www.ams.org/programs/mrc-19.