Lasting 5 days, their aim is to give researchers in mathematical sciences the opportunity to present recent research results and to initiate future collaborative research projects.
The selection criteria are that a conference should have high scientific merit and be at the forefront of current developments. Inter-disciplinarity is also important and conferences should have the highest quality leadership and attract international participation.
Cirm insists on welcoming organizing teams and participants who are international, of all genders and with diverse experience (i.e a mixture of early career researchers and more mature researchers). The scientific committee will check that at least one organizer comes from a foreign institution and that no team includes one gender only.
Lasting 5 days, their aim is to give young researchers the opportunity to gather and meet more established researchers, discuss some of their recent results and initiate new collaborations.
Courses and lectures are presented by senior scientists. Younger participants present their findings either orally or through the use of posters. By gathering different generations from different areas, the aim of these events is to build bridges and cross-fertilize ideas.
CIRM insists on welcoming organizing teams and participants who are international, of all genders and with diverse experience (i.e a mixture of early career researchers and more mature researchers). The scientific committee will check that at least one organizer comes from a foreign institution and that no team includes one gender only.
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Calls are published twice a year in order to propose conferences and research schools that will attract special subsidy from Cirm (i.e. local expenses of up to 40 participants to be sponsored by Cirm, if the total number of participants in the event reaches at least 60).
Deadlines to place proposals are in March and September. All proposals are studied by Cirm's international scientific committee. Ideally, you should send your proposal 18 to 24 months before the date on which you want to run your event, as calendars fill up very quickly.
Other proposals where no additional subsidy from Cirm is requested can be sent throughout the year. Those are also studied by members of the Scientific committee before any answer is given, and must meet the exact same criteria of scientific excellence and diversity described above.
Note that the same online proposal for can be used for a conference or for a research school and that the same guidelines apply.
GUIDELINES FOR PLACING A PROPOSAL
DEADLINE 8 September 2019
Unless specified otherwise, please note that all sections should be completed in English
This is what we will ask you for:
Click on the board below to place your ONLINE PROPOSAL