|Registration Deadline:||June 11, 2011 over 10 years ago|
|To apply for Funding you must register by:||June 11, 2011 over 10 years ago|
The MSRI-UP summer program is designed for undergraduate students who have completed two years of university-level mathematics courses and would like to conduct research in the mathematical sciences. Due to funding restrictions, only U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply and the program cannot accept foreign students regardless of funding. The academic portion of the 2011 program will be led by Dr. Marcel Blais.
MSRI-UP 2011: Mathematical Finance
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Four items will be needed to complete your application. Applications are now closed for the 2011 program. Check for materials for the 2012 program late in the Fall of 2011.
During the summer, each of the 18 student participants will:
- participate in the mathematics research program under the direction of Dr. Blais
- complete a research project done in collaboration with other MSRI-UP students
- give a presentation and write a technical report on his/her research project
- attend a series of colloquium talks given by leading researches in their fields
- attend workshops aimed at developing skills and techniques needed for research careers in the mathematical sciences and
- learn techniques that will maximize a student's likelihood of admissions to graduate programs as well as the likelihood of winning fellowships
- receive a $3000 stipend, lodging, meals and roundtrip travel to Berkeley, CA.
After the summer, each student will:
- have an opportunity to attend a national mathematics or science conference where students will present their research
- be part of a network of mentors that will provide continuous advice in the long term as the student makes progress in his/her studies
- be contacted regarding future research opportunities
The main objective of the MSRI-UP is to identify talented students, especially those from underrepresented groups, who are interested in mathematics and make available to them meaningful research opportunities, the necessary skills and knowledge to participate in successful collaborations, and a community of academic peers and mentors who can advise, encourage and support them through a successful graduate program.
The objective is designed to contribute significantly toward meeting the program goal of increasing the number of graduate degrees in the mathematical sciences, especially doctorates, earned by U.S. citizens and permanent residents by cultivating heretofore untapped mathematical talent within the U.S. Black, Hispanic/Latino and Native American communities.
The directors of MSRI-UP are:
- Dr. Suzanne Weekes - email@example.com - 2011 on-site director
- Dr. Ricardo Cortez - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Ivelisse Rubio - email@example.com
- Dr. Herbert Medina - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Duane Cooper - email@example.com
- 2020 MSRI-UP: Branched Covers of Curves
- 2019 MSRI-UP: Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics
- 2018 MSRI-UP: The Mathematics of Data Science
- 2017 MSRI-UP: Solving Systems of Polynomial Equations
- 2016 MSRI-UP: Sandpile Groups
- 2015 MSRI-UP: Geometric Combinatorics Motivated by the Social Sciences
- 2014 MSRI-UP: Arithmetic Aspects of Elementary Functions
- 2013 MSRI-UP: Algebraic Combinatorics
- 2012 MSRI-UP: Enumerative Combinatorics
- 2011 MSRI-UP: Mathematical Finance
- 2010 MSRI-UP: Elliptic curves and Applications
- 2009 MSRI-UP: Coding Theory
- 2008 MSRI-UP: Experimental Mathematics
- 2007 MSRI-UP: Computational Science and Mathematics
Jul 22, 2011