How to apply

Applications are invited by math majors, graduate students, postdocs, and faculty at all levels.  No particular background is required (we will teach it), but we expect students to be research-ready in some way and to have demonstrated initiative.  Computer ability helps but is not required.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, with final decisions made no later than April 1.  Screening of applications will start by March 15.  All participants will receive funding for travel (up to $500 from within U.S., more if international) and $5000 for lodging and stipend, funded by the NSF CAREER grant of organizer Moon Duchin.  Assistance finding lodging is provided.  U.S. citizenship is not required.

The application form is now live.

To send recommendation emails for the program, or for overall questions, please email random.groups.cluster@gmail.com (yes, it’s the repurposed account for the previous cluster!).