The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and the Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) are pleased to announce that they will offer each year three scholarships to support Canadian undergraduate students registered in a mathematics or computer science program to attend a semester at the Math in Moscow program.
The Independent University of Moscow:
The Independent University of Moscow (IUM) is a small, elite institution of higher learning focusing primarily on mathematics. It was founded in 1991 at the initiative of a group of well known Russian research mathematicians, who now comprise the Academic Council of the University. Professors Pierre Deligne and Robert McPherson, both permanent members of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, also played crucial roles in founding the Independent University. The American Mathematical Society has had a special (although not official) relationship with the institution as well, arranging for help in obtaining publications and helping financially during one especially difficult period.
Canadian undergraduate students registered in a mathematics or computer science program.
Application Deadline is For Winter 2012 semester – September 30, 2011
For Fall 2012 semester – March 30, 2012
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