Research, grants and travel support

Research Engagements and Grants

Dr. Anthony Bahri has a Simons Foundation "Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians" for 2011-2016.

Dr. Jason McCullough has an American Mathematical Society - Simons travel grant for 2014-2015

Dr. Ciprian Borcea has an National Institutes of Health grant about "Rigidity and flexibility of large bio-molecular assemblies" and a National Science Foundation grant about "Mathematical foundations of reconfiguration algorithms for geometrically constrained structures".

The Scienti c Colloquium "100 Years of X-Ray Crystallography" of October 2011 and the event organized in February 2012 by Prof. Bahri on "Homotopy Theory and Toric Spaces"

Undergraduate research and travel support

Prof. Borcea's Mathematical Research Seminar, Fridays, 1:00-2:00 PM, North Hall 126, on topics related to the above two grants and the University support for student travel

University support for student travel