to manage, strengthen and promote the programs of the IMU in developing and economically disadvantaged countries.
to search for funding to support the corresponding activities.
to establish institutional partnerships with scientific organizations with common goals.
The BGF supports highly motivated and mathematically talented students from developing countries who plan to complete a doctoral degree in a developing country. Applications are now open until May 30, 2022! Click on the link to find out more.
The IMU-CDC invites applications to the GRAID Program. The program provides modest support for emerging research groups to fund their most talented students to study full-time as graduate research assistants and pursue a Master or PhD graduate degree in mathematics
The call will be open until 15 March 2022.
Fully funded by the Abel Prize in mathematics, the program is designed for post doctoral mathematicians under 35, based in developing countries to undertake a research sabbatical at a internationally renowned mathematical center of excellence. Applications run four times a year. Find out more about the program here.
The Volunteer Lecturer Program supports universities in developing countries keen to host volunteer lecturers for 3-4-weeks for an intensive mathematics course in its mathematics degree program. The grant may be used for hosting volunteer lecturers in person or online.
This program gives partial support to Mathematical Science conferences organized in developing countries. The program supports both live and online conferences by allowing grants for travel and accommodation arrangements for participants from developing countries, or to cover expenses for material or services needed for virtual activities.
The current call runs until July 15, 2021. Apply today!
The annual meeting of the Commission for Developing Countries was held online on March 9-10, 2021. During the meeting, the CDC decided to allow possible expenses for acquisition of material or payment of services to hold events in the online format for the Conference Support Program and the Volunteer Lecture Program.
This program supports collaborative research visits of mathematicians living and working in African Mathematics Universities and Research Institutions to travel to an internationally known mathematical center of excellence (worldwide) for collaborative research. Applications calls run four times a year. Find out more about the program here.