Funding Opportunities at the National Science Foundation. Catherine Mavriplis Applied and Computational Mathematics Tenth Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods April 4th, 2001. DMS HOMEPAGE for all announcements, solicitations, deadlines http://www.nsf.gov/mps/dms
Funding Opportunities at the National Science Foundation
Applied and Computational Mathematics
Tenth Copper Mountain Conference
on Multigrid Methods
April 4th, 2001
for all announcements, solicitations, deadlines
Catherine Mavriplis firstname.lastname@example.org 703-292-4859
Thomas Fogwell email@example.com 703-292-8104
David Kopriva firstname.lastname@example.org 703-292-4879
Michael Steuerwalt email@example.com 703-292-4860
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Uncompressed, the FBI’s current
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A new piece of mathematics, wavelets, makes data compression fast, relatively routine, and much less
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Why the MSI now?
Assessment I (Odom report)
Senior Assessment Panel of the International Assessment of the U.S. Mathematical Sciences, March 1998, at the NSF.
The panel’s conclusion:
“Based on present trends, it is unlikely that the U.S. will be able to maintain its world leadership in the mathematical sciences.”
Fundamental Mathematical Sciences
Focused Research Groups in the Mathematical Sciences
Will support projects
Focused Research Groups in the Mathematical Sciences (continued)
Letter of Intent: September 18, 2001
Full Proposals: October 18, 2001
The solicitation is available online.
$150,000 < [award amount per year] < $350,000
FY 2000: 12 awards
FY 2001: approx. 15 awards
26 projects currently funded Next deadline: July, 2001
For list of awards
abstracts of prior awards
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annual and final project report submission
Requires special PIN from Program Officer
DMS depends on the mathematical sciences community for its staffing
In 2002 DMS will need new program directors in:
Interdisciplinary Math (in particular, Math Biology)
Applied Mathematics/Computational Mathematics
Statistics and Probability
We are interested in applications from researchers from all fields.