Congratulations to the Winners of the Mathematical Sciences Sponsorship Fund 2015
The Elsevier Mathematical Sciences Sponsorship Fund was started to support events and activities that benefit individuals and groups within the mathematical sciences. Applications were invited for the first year of the fund and attracted a total of 36 entries.
The eight successful applicants have been awarded funds ranging from US$700 to US$5,000 for their respective projects. We would like to thank all the applicants for taking the time to apply and we wish the winners success in their projects.
For more information on each applicant and their projects see below. We hope that it might inspire potential applicants for the 2016 fund.
We are delighted to announce the names of the eight successful applicants.
Dr. Amjad Ali applied on behalf of the organizers of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Pure and Applied Mathematics (CASPAM), Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) for funding the 2nd CASPAM Regional Student Olympiad of Mathematics (CRSOM-2).
Christopher M. Drupieski, PhD., applied for attendance at the conference "Groups Representations, and Cohomology," from June 23-26, 2015, at Sabha I Mor Ostaig, Isle of Skye, Scotland.
Dr. Veselin Jungic applied on behalf of the organizers of Interdisciplinary Research in the Mathematical and Computational Sciences (IRMACS) to fund travel grants for young researchers at the Connections in Discrete Mathematics conference held at Simon Fraser University from June 15-19, 2015.
Dominic Martignetti, ICSE Research Fellow, applied on behalf of The International Centre for Statistical Education for funding a Statistical Awareness Curriculum for Young Researchers.
Dr. Shawn Ryan applied for the ICIAM 2015 Young Researcher Travel Funding to present his “Collective Dynamics in Active Biological Systems” in the minisymposium session titled ``Recent developments in modeling, simulation, and analysis of math models arising from Biology” at ICIAM 2015.
Prof. Derrick Stolee applied on behalf of Iowa State University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Wyoming, University of Colorado Denver, and University of Denver for the Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics.