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IMU-Simons Research Fellowship Program for Developing Countries (mathematics)

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The IMU-Simons Research Fellowship Program for Developing Countries from the International Mathematical Union (IMU) supports mathematicians from developing countries to travel to a mathematical institution for collaborative research for up to three months. The research visit has to be tied to a specific research project and a collaborating institute. Funding is allocated to cover expenses for a maximum duration of 3 months incurred during the visit, including airfare to the host country, accommodation, local living expenses, and other pertinent costs.

Applicants must:

  1. hold a PhD in Mathematics
  2. be based (place of work) in a developing country.
  3. be employed as a faculty member of a university or an equivalent institution.
  4. have already established contact with a mathematician in the host institution and should have a definite research plan at the time of applying for the grant.
  5. have been granted appropriate leave of absence from his/her institution for the period of visit.

Applicants may apply for up to 15000 EUR and the research stay must be at least 1 month long. There are 4 assessment deadlines per year.

The next applications close on July 15, 2024.

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